Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 05:02:17 AM. Kitchen. By Valeriane Noele.
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The island-style layout places the ovens, ranges, fryers, grills, and other principle cooking equipment together in one module at the center of the kitchen, while other sections of the kitchen are placed on the perimeter walls in the proper order to preserve a circular flow (any section can be the “island” depending on what best suits your needs). This layout is very open and promotes communication and supervision, while leaving plenty of open floor space for easy cleaning. This layout works best in a large kitchen that is square in shape, but can certainly be modified to fit other shapes and sizes.
When you’re planning your kitchen design, consider whether it’s worth splurging to open up or expand your kitchen. If you’re working on a tight budget, you’re better off making the most of your existing space. Never underestimate the power of a small kitchen and a great contractor!
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