Kitchen. Wednesday , May 23rd , 2018 - 09:41:34 AM
Make sure you take care not to add too much furniture or clutter the space with too many accessories. Think about how things will be organised, and displayed. Go with the baskets for a rustic touch or multipurpose furniture with additional storage space. Get rid of everything that isn't necessary or used, including the dishes, appliances, and other kitchenware. Think about what you really need as the space will feel bigger, brighter and more inviting, if you leave enough room around objects, rather than trying to fill the space with everything you own.
To avoid having to deal with too much traffic with not enough room, try making sure you can have four to six feet of aisle space. If you place the sink and refrigerator on one wall, and then the range opposite it on the other side, this will allow the room to be evenly spaced out and not look over crowded. You could even add an island or peninsula off the end of one counter which will aid in allowing a place for quick eat in meals.
If you decide on an island, there are more decisions to make. You can have one custom made for you, or you can use a pre-fabricated island. Customizing your outdoor kitchen can allow you to go more upscale with granite, slate or other unique materials. Pre-fabricated islands are less expensive and come in a variety of configurations and finishes. Be sure to choose materials that will hold up well in your climate.
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