Cabinets Custom

Cabinets Custom

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS finished kitchen cabinets ,Solid Wood Doors & Plywood Boxes,Soft Closing Hardware. FACTORY DIRECT 10'x10' Kitchens only $1400.

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Before starting anything else, kick off your kitchen remodel Cabinets Custom with a space plan. Picking out all the pretty things is the fun part, but function comes first — and that means deciding on a workflow and traffic plan that'll work for your lifestyle. We talked with three architects to get their professional tips and tricks on how to plan a kitchen workflow that will work for you. "Determining Function After you've decided on your wish list, take a good look at what can actually fit into your kitchen. ""Some things, like islands, require a lot of space and just don't work in narrower spaces,"" says Ogawa. ""Refrigerators can only fit in certain areas, and the kitchen layout's relationship to Cabinets Custom windows and doors is also a big priority.""John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA6Architect Amy Alper suggests thinking about your personal preference — do you want an open or closed-off kitchen? While open kitchens have become trendy, a closed-off one can maximize wall storage and hide clutter after meals.Smith & Vansant Architects PC6Counter Space Alper likes to provide as long a counter as possible, but finds that 36 to 42 inches of workspace is workable. Don't forget to put counters around the refrigerator too, so there's room to Cabinets Custom set down items when raiding the fridge. ""Elbow room on either side of a range or cooktop is important too,"" Alper says.Birdseye Design4Of course, the function of the counter or island space depends on how a chef uses the kitchen. While Alper likes putting a cooktop on an island, so the cooking is integrated into socializing, others like that space to be completely clear. ""Some chefs are very labor intensive and need lots of space for baking and food prep,"" says McKinney. ""But I have also seen remarkable meals come out of minuscule kitchens. In fact, you could make a case that some kitchens have too much counter space, which then becomes a layout space for Cabinets Custom paperwork.""Justrich Design8Walkway and FlowNote your entrances and exits when determining your layout. ""Exits and entrances can really wreak havoc on an efficient layout,"" says McKinney. ""We work hard to organize circulation to give a cook some dedicated workspace out of the general circulation flow.""Buckminster Green LLC6Ogawa suggests staying between two and three exits — more than that makes things complicated and cuts into counter space and storage. “Two ways in and out of the kitchen keeps a nice flow, especially during parties,” agrees Alper. “But it’s all about looking at the big picture. Design your kitchen to include the furniture Cabinets Custom layout in the adjacent rooms.”Studio 212 Interiors8Both Ogawa and Alper suggest making the walkway for a double-sided workspace a minimum of 4 feet wide — just avoid placing appliances directly across from each other to keep the pathway clear. For a single-sided workspace, Cabinets Custom stick to 3 feet minimum. If you have a kitchen island, Ogawa suggests aiming for straight access through the kitchen so no one has to navigate around it."