Kitchen. Tuesday , January 09th , 2018 - 13:02:38 PM
Try to see your kitchen the way a visitor would for the first time. Walk into your kitchen and think about what you notice. Is the first thing you see something you like? If not, what would you rather notice first? Make that spot and the closest wall your focal point. A kitchen remodel is one of the most common renovation projects in homes today, and also one that can have a significant effect on resale value.
The first mistake is to place the stove, refrigerator, and sink away from one another. These areas are called the kitchen triangle because they are the main functional workspaces that you will be moving through them. The kitchen design rule says that the kitchen triangle shouldn’t be less than 10 feet and greater than 25 feet. Another mistake is to create a plenty of storage space on the expense of your countertops as you will need a workspace to prepare your food. Choosing the wrong island design or placing it in the wrong place will be another mistake that may harm the look and function of your kitchen. The round kitchen island at the middle of your kitchen or facing your kitchen triangle will save your traffic area and let you communicate with your guests while cooking. The kitchen rule says that you should leave at least 42 inches free space around your island to get an efficient flow in your kitchen.
Since we tend to see things at eye level first, some of the most noticeable changes you can make in a kitchen involve the walls. But most kitchen decorating efforts are placed on the appliances, countertops and cooking gadgets while the walls are sadly left ignored. What’s looking back at you, a dingy, boring wall? Or worse, an outdated faux paint job complete with ivy or fruit-themed stencil work? It’s time to make a change. Updating your kitchen wall decor with easy but design-savvy changes will make a big visual impact.
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