schrieb am 07. Jun 18, 10:39
When ever making a new kitchen or renovating an existing kitchen, it is highly recommended and highly recommended to keep an open mind and find out everything possible - by the end of the process, it will definitely pay off.
Here are some common myths about the design process as well as results:
"You may easily add later" -the best planning is to take into account and add all the characteristics of the kitchen at the planning and as well as or renewal stages, and not at a later stage. For example, in case you are not thinking about putting in a flat screen TELEVISION in the kitchen space or if you do not currently have a water dispenser, the best thing is to make for future installation of these also to plan power, communication and water factors and keep the alternatives open up.
Also, since the kitchen is supposed to provide us for quite some time, it is highly recommended to measure all existing ergonomic solutions such as drawer drawers, bathroom drawer style dishwashers, and so forth Even if you are young and fit at the moment, these additions will prove themselves Mobility later on. Either way, if you prefer to deal with kitchen planning in stages - one aspect or specific area at a time - make certain to plan carefully so that everything will fit in stylistic and functional harmony when the kitchen will finally be complete.
" I do not have so many things" - whether we like it or not, your kitchen has gigantic potential for ruining due to multitude of items trapped in it, which is why space is sufficient to store, This means that there is a relative absence of overhead storage cupboards, so it is important to balance function and style.
"Bigger Better" - Your kitchen space is large and you need a sizable kitchen, but then you will find yourself going back and on from one machine to another, and this situation, preferably in the look stages, consider adding a job sink beside the refrigerator or Reduce the need to cross these distances, and there is without doubt that these improvements mean additional costs, and if your budget is limited, it is obviously worthy of considering a compact kitchen.
"I do not desire a designer " -not every kitchen design project requires a designer, but many individuals need someone to help us see the overall picture and administer the work. Renting consult with an architect or designer does involve quite a lot of cost, but in the long run it is all about keeping money and time.
Although you may have a very clear picture of what you want, do not save the expense of a designer as it can best fulfill ideal. Proper and efficient planning of your kitchen and coordination between all the many professionals engaged in building your kitchen by a designer could keep your project within their some budget, save you unnecessary money and unneeded problems and particularly keep your sanity.