Nanette Delannoy. Kitchen. April 10th , 2017.
Many outdated kitchens were built to include walls and walls of upper cabinetry to house dishes and cookware. Often times, these cabinets consume the eye and make the kitchen feel crowded. If you're looking to open up the space of your kitchen and don't have and room to grow outwards, consider removing the upper cabinets. This frees up the wall, allowing for modern open shelving with a few decorative items and dishware.
When thinking of renovating the kitchen, most of us are presented with tried-and-true design choices: wood or white cabinets, granite or quartz countertops, basic or stainless steel finishes.
This is still a tried-and-true tip, but one size doesn't necessarily fit all. Think about the appliances that you personally use the most often. Should your “Golden Triangle” be a perfectly even, or equilateral, triangle? Or should your two most used appliances be located closer together while the third could be a bit farther away?
Planning an efficient path like this through your kitchen, and based on the way you and your family use your kitchen, will streamline your life in ways you hadn't even imagined. Those little details can add up to a big relief when you aren't bumping into things and constantly moving back and forth to prep all your meals.
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