Published at October 20th, 2018 - 02:03:01. Kitchen. By Shelia Chen.
Generally speaking, Europeans love to cook. Their day-to-day cooking experiences enable them to master kitchen mechanics. That is why European kitchen design is characterized by its functionality. Their kitchens are ergonomically-designed for people on the go. Since lives are now fast-paced, it is important that lesser time is spent for food preparation and cleaning. With this kitchen design, utensils are within reach, island counters and sinks are bigger, and floors are easy to clean.
Floors and island counters may also be made of wood. The center island counter is now oversized and multi-functional. So now you can do all the cooking, eating and cleaning up in one place. And because the island counter is big, one can prepare dinner in one end while the other family members are gathered on the other. One important thing though: use the same kind of wood for the entire kitchen.
The l-shaped kitchens are usually tucked in corners and have open ends that allow one to have different exits and entries. This means that there will be an easy traffic flow all the time. When there is less traffic in the kitchen, it means you won‘t have any jam even when you are entertaining. This translates to less stress and more room during meal preparation.
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