Designing a New Kitchen

Designing a New Kitchen

Whether you’re planning for a new kitchen remodeling  kitchen or redesigning your existing one, there are a few questions to ask yourself. You’ll need to know what you like and don’t like about your current kitchen, and what you would like in your new kitchen.

Kitchens are designed to serve many different purposes. Depending on your lifestyle and how you use it, you may find that you need a kitchen that’s large and spacious, or one that’s compact and small. The most important thing to remember is that you should make the space work for you.

The kitchen’s work triangle, or central area, consists of the stove, refrigerator, and sink. The sink is typically located at the base of the “U” shape, while the stove is located at the top of the “U” shape.

Kitchens are also used as social gathering places. The kitchen can serve as a dining area, and many kitchens include a seating area. Some kitchens include a small breakfast nook. Alternatively, you may have a kitchen island, a large counter that can be used for cooking, entertaining, and home office use. A kitchen island can also be an excellent place for children to do homework.

In the 1920s, ideas for the kitchen took off in Germany and Austria. One of the first architects to take up these ideas was Margarete Schutte-Lihotzky.

Today, middle-class residential kitchens typically feature a sink, refrigerator, and stove. Many households also have a microwave oven and dishwasher.