The countdown to Christmas is on and your kitchen is likely to be one of the most used rooms in your home.
We have shared the concept before that as one of the most multi-functional rooms in the home, the kitchen is forever transforming into whatever you need it to be, and is the hub of a lot of activity.
Whether it’s a snack, a fast meal, a friendly gathering, or in recent times the base for the home business or education related tasks, whatever the many uses of your kitchen, you need a design that accommodates everyone’s social needs.
The Island, Bar and Stools
If your custom designed kitchen has to morph into what you need it to be, an island can instantly create a more social kitchen. Dependent on the size, it can become the focal point and gathering spot for friends and family, not to mention the extra cabinet storage you gain for food, pots/pans, appliances and other kitchenware. An island can store items directly related to social activities, such as wine, games and books, as well as the really useful additional space for food prep.
Do you like the U or L shaped Kitchen?
A U-shaped kitchen is an efficient design that frees up floor space. Its U-shaped design makes it easy for homeowners to access various areas of the kitchen without needing to walk across the room.
There are loads of great reasons to choose an L-shaped layout for your new kitchen; it’s highly functional, easy to maintain and practical to work in, to name just a few.
Next week we are going to share some ideas with you on the 3 focal points in a kitchen.
Have a great weekend
Clinton and Fiona