By Valeriane Noele. Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 04:55:48 AM.
The kitchen is the heart of the home, which is why adding seating next to your counters and serving spaces is always a smart idea. Find inspiration in the clever ways these designers combined functionality and style in creating welcoming eat-in kitchen areas.
The assembly-line configuration is ideal for kitchens that need to serve a large quantity of people quickly, like cafeterias or correctional facilities. This layout may work better for establishments with a limited menu that serve large quantities of the same foods, like a sandwich or pizza shop, but it is viable for any type of kitchen. In this layout, kitchen equipment is organized in a line with the food preparation area at one end and the service area at the other, allowing cooks to quickly send food down the line. The cleaning/washing and storage/receiving areas can be located behind the assembly line to keep them out of the way. This creates supreme efficiency, and keeps the kitchen open for excellent communication and flow. Often, kitchen equipment can be linked together, further eliminating wasted space.
In general, kitchen design in 2018 is all about modern design with several variations on the theme. Little by little each year, function and aesthetics are equal players at the start of the design process. This means that art, collections and the visual aesthetic plays a more important part than ever. A small chip to the “form follows function” armor?
If your only renovation experience has been on an online planner, you might think that appliances and sinks are easy to move. This couldn’t be further from the truth. When you’re moving ovens, you’ll need to move gas connections. Sinks need water lines, which you’ll have to shift. These can be costly moves, so it might be in your best interest to keep the layout of your kitchen the same. You’ll have to decide whether it’s worth the splurge to change the layout.
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