The most expensive home improvement
A new kitchen is about the most expensive home improvement that you can make and probably the quickest way to add value to your home. If you are able to upgrade, put a lot of thought into the planning. Particularly with regard to safety; you need to ensure a clear passage around the room so that carrying hot, heavy pans from the oven or hob to the sink is nor hazardous. If you use a specialist design company be sure to brief them comprehensively as to how you work within the space and what your particular priorities are.
The design of this kitchen has taken into account the fact that it is part of a larger space. Hence has been created a wall with full height cupboards including integrated appliances such as fridge/freezer, double ovens, larder units also a hidden door that takes you into laundry room. It works really well for the space in hand.
White seamless kitchen
This light, airy kitchen is also used as a work space. Which creates even more pressure on the available space. The solution found here is an effective combination of a number of different elements. A majority of closed storage means that almost everything is hidden away when not required. Such as the walk in pantry cupboard or the integrated swing door that takes you to a different room.
With any kitchen larger than a galley kitchen,it makes sense to give yourself the option of eating in there. In a relatively small space choose a table with a fold-down leaf, which can be stowed back against the wall when not in use to maximise circulation space. Instead of chairs choose long, low benches that can be stored under the table between meals. For a very small space there are tables that fold right back to the wall. But whatever the size of your table it could easily double up as a work surface for household paperwork.