By Cornelie Aubert. Kitchen. Published at Thursday, March 15th, 2018 - 09:21:09 AM.
Semi-reflective surfaces on both the cabinets and benches would allow for the effective disbursement of the natural light entering the kitchen, as well as the artificial light used to highlight certain areas of aesthetic importance.
Although we may dream of a huge, sprawling kitchen, the reality is that many of us need to contend with a smaller sized space. A common issue that people with a small kitchen have is that they struggle with limited pantry space for their food items. Luckily, you can overcome this issue with clever design and organisation so you have a pantry which is functional and easy to use.
In a lot of smaller kitchens, you may be forced to spread your pantry items across a number of separate cupboards due to a lack of space. With your new small kitchen design, incorporate a floor to ceiling cabinet which can act as your pantry. This means that all of your food items are all in the same place and it utilises all of the available vertical space in the kitchen. It doesn’t have to be a wide pantry so work with the space you have – the difficult to reach upper shelves can be used to store rarely used appliances.
In your initial plan, it might look as though you’ve given yourself plenty of bench space but you need to remember that small appliances, kitchen sink and cooktop all take up room. Make sure you have plenty of room for food preparation and easy entertaining. In particular, give yourself bench space between your sink and cooktop as this is one of the most utilised areas in the kitchen.
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