A well-designed kitchen can make your cooking and dining experience more enjoyable and efficient. To achieve this, you need to pay attention to every aspect of your kitchen, from the layout to the appliances. However, two main factors can have a significant impact on your kitchen design: the workflow and the storage space.
The workflow, or ergonomics, of your kitchen design, refers to how easily you can move around and perform different tasks, such as preparing, cooking, serving, and cleaning. A good workflow minimises the distance and effort required to access the most frequently used items and areas, such as the sink, the stove, and the refrigerator. You can improve your workflow by using a triangular or linear arrangement of these elements, depending on the shape and size of your kitchen.
The storage space of your kitchen design refers to how much room you have to store your utensils, ingredients, dishes and other items. A good storage space maximises the use of vertical and horizontal space, while keeping everything organized and accessible. You can increase your storage space by using cabinets, drawers, shelves, racks and hooks that fit your needs and preferences.
By focusing on these two factors, you can create a kitchen that is not only beautiful but also functional and efficient. You can also add your personal touch by choosing the colours, materials, styles, and accessories that suit your taste and personality. The Kube Bondi-c kitchen is the perfect example of functionality, ergonomics, and style.
If you are considering a new kitchen, let our kitchen designers help. Drop into one of the showrooms in Leigh on Sea or Upminster, or book a design consultation. Details are available here.