Planning For A New Kitchen? Few Points You Should Consider Before

In our Indian homes, Our kitchens are definitely the heart of the House. This is the place where everyone meets. It acts like a bar and a coffee. And we spend some time preparing a lot of meals there. In our open-air houses, our kitchen must visually sink and connect to living spaces; Our kitchen finishes become more furniture than collective types of equipment. More than any other space in your home, our kitchens must be functional and elegant, which requires careful planning. Whether You’re building a new home or renovating your existing home, these steps will help you set up the kitchen of your dreams.

1. The large picture
The first thing to do is to determine where your kitchen is in the house and how it will be used. Will it go into the dining and living areas, or is it a separate room? Can you avoid it being used as a communication route? Do you want a separate back-kitchen or careful planning that can allow sufficient storage space in a larger space? Is it a large open space? (a U or L shaped kitchen with an island bench could work Well) or a smaller space?

2. Custom Made
Designing your own kitchen means that it can be adapted to your lifestyle and work well with your daily task.

Do you want an island bench for the family to eat and work? Is it important for you to filter your area of preparation? Are you dreaming of having designated coffee and breakfast areas? Do you enjoy entertaining large groups of people? What devices are you really attached to this need for their own workspace?

Spend time thinking about what’s important to you and your family. And then decide what is required and what all changes you need to make

3. The Golden TRIANGLE
As soon as you start planning your kitchen, you will surely hear the phrase “work triangle”. This is the distance between places where most kitchen chores are done-your cooktop, refrigerator and Sink. First of all, a kitchen must be functional. The extra time invested in planning the initial layout will pay with the end Result. As far as possible, I recommend appealing to a modular kitchen designer to help you find the perfect design for your needs and your space-you won’t regret it-promised!

4. Form VS function
There will be design decisions where you have to choose one on the Other. Sometimes what you think is best may not work properly. For example, If you use them often, open-door cabinets look great, but they’re tough. And there will be times when what you think works well may not look as Beautiful. Large handles that are easy to grasp may not suit the style of the profiled cabinet you are looking for. Once again, a kitchen must first of all be functional-but there are a multitude of products and amazing finishes that allow it to remain like the kitchen of your ultimate dreams.

5. Depth in detail
This is an opportunity to plan a place for everything from pots to plastic wrap. I always advise cabinets, drawers and still drawers! In most cases, the drawers offer a much more accessible storage space than cabinets.

Make sure you get the most out of the natural light, but you will also need to consider the downlights and suspensions to provide the best possible lighting to the areas of your sink, bench and cooktop. Suspensions are the perfect way to improve the style of your Kitchen.

And finally, my favorite part of any kitchen design-the splashback. A superb backsplash adds theatre, personality and style, even to a monochromatic kitchen. tiles, stone, glass, neutral, metallic, mirror, matt.. . Be bold and create an impressive factor with a superb Backsplash.

If you are about to create your new kitchen, what a fantastic opportunity to create a space that is not only fabulous, but that works like a Dream. And remember that the time invested in planning all the details will help you prepare your dream kitchen Well and last for a longer period.

Contact Interior designers in Kolkata, for more Information.

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