EDITION: December-March '05

HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR KICHEN





HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR KITCHEN










 
 



 
 



When developing your project you must take in to account a series of preferences: available meters, door and window position, and above all your individual preferences. All this will help you to take advantage of the space and maximise the functions of each kitchen. While positioning the elements, we can not just guide ourselves by the aesthetics, each space needs an appropriate distribution.




 
 



KITCHENS WITH A PINNENSULA

If we want to increase the linear workspace, and we do it in the form of an appendix, we are creating a peninsula. One of the peninsula’s functions is to divide the working area from the living or dining room.














 
 



 
 




UPRIGHT KITCHENS ORIENTED TOWARDS THE DINING ROOM

On one side we concentrate the cupboards, the cooker, and the sink washing up area. In this way we take better advantage of the available space. When there are not dividing walls between the different areas it is recommended to re-cover the walls and floors with different materials to clearly mark the different areas.













 




KITCHENS WITH AN ISLAND

If there are comfortable dimensions, an island will be very functional. We can use it for the sink, the cooker, or a work table. We can also add columns for built-in electrical appliances and cupboards (with a large storage capacity).