How to design fitted kitchen
Fitted kitchens are considered the most interesting of all the rooms in a house. They have been created to suit modern needs. Along the years, the evolution of kitchens has made them stand out and be more entertaining as well.
Things you will need:
- Graphing paper
- Measuring tape
It is crucial for you to know the height, length, and width of your kitchen if you are intending to remodel it. Don’t forget to note the position of the doors and even windows and the way they open. That will help you work out where to put everything so that you don’t make any mistakes. Of course, you could also sketch your kitchen in graphing paper so you’ll have some drawing to help with the design.
You might end up paying a little more than you would have planned, but package deals have their good sides. They are already assembled, but keep in mind of the place and position of everything. You can lower the prices by excluding anything you don’t really need. Don’t forget to settle this with your vendor.
Fitted kitchens either seem too cramped for space, or there’s too much room between the appliances and kitchen furniture. The rule of the triangle is a great solution. Position your sink stove and fridge in a triangle so that you will have everything you need in reach, but still have plenty of space to move around.
Positioning the furniture and appliances
Even if the fitted kitchens come in already assembled, that doesn’t mean you won’t have the liberty to make changes where you wish to. Make sure it’s all according to your taste.
Kitchen professional installation
Because your vendor has already made money off you, he’ll certainly be more generous with you when it comes to the installations. Paying a different contractor for the job might not go all that well financially.