Kitchens that Work: Elements that make a Kitchen Space Functional
Do you live in Halifax and have a kitchen that could use some help? Does your Halifax kitchen need a cosmetic makeover? Do you need storage? Can the layout be more efficient? Need more light?
The most efficient and attractive kitchens offer a perfect blend of great use of space and complementary accessories in an attempt to maximize functionality and keep organization in check. Here are five design elements that make a kitchen work.
•Appliance “garages” built between the counter top and cabinets to conceal coffee makers, can openers and frequently used small appliances
•Tilt-out sink front bins take advantage of otherwise unusable space and create convenient storage for sponges and scrubbers – again, keeping clutter off the counter top
•Message centers – organize notes, mail, magazines, keys and everything else for multiple family members – and keep clutter off tables and counters
•Roll-out shelves make otherwise inaccessible space useful for the storage of pots, pans, or seldom-used appliances
•Tray dividers – typically located in the cabinets near the oven – create vertical partitions to separate cookie sheets, muffin tins, and other awkwardly-sized bake ware
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