Published at November 21st, 2018 - 23:57:40. Kitchen. By Minnie Wong.
L-shape. Wherever room isn't sufficient for a straight-line or parallel arrangement, the L-shape kitchen design is nicely suited to access several groups of gear, and is adaptable for table service restaurants. It gives you the ability to place more equipment inside a smaller room. You'll often find an L-shape design in dish washing areas, using the dish machine positioned at the center corner from the L.
Creating separate work spaces- Using two different cabinet styles in your kitchen is also a great way to create separate work areas in your kitchen. This can be used when there is a desk area in your kitchen, or when you simply want to separate the cook top area from the prep station.
While you take care of these accessories, don’t forget the functionality. Plan the kitchen to be comfortable to use. Place the sink (the famous Belfast sinks could be a great choice to complete the interior design rustic look you wish for) near the oven, the fridge within a reachable distance, preferably opposite to the worktop.
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