Published at October 12th, 2018 - 04:13:27. Kitchen. By Deborah Harmon.
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.
Modern homes are quickly embracing the open plan living option. The l-shaped kitchen is the perfect option, especially if you have an open layout or if you are planning to remodel to an open plan. When you have an l-shaped kitchen, you only need to use two walls within the kitchen. In this way, you end up opening up more space. This is a great idea if you want the kitchen to open to another room such as the family room or dining trim. This design makes things easy when you are entertaining.
Let’s take a look at some common flow plans for food preparation that you’ll discover inside the kitchen. The most basic, and most desirable, flow plan is the straight line, also known as the assembly-line flow. Materials move steadily from 1 procedure to another in a straight line. This type of style minimizes backtracking; it saves preparation time and confusion about what’s going out of the kitchen area and what’s coming back in.
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