Lettie Gift, March 20th , 2018.
This compact l-shape kitchen with hi-gloss units creates wow factor in a small space with its sleek stainless steel appliances and an acrylic splashback in bright pink. Kitchen splashbacks are a perfect example of how kitchen planning and interior design have become intertwined. A simple Corian worktop complements the look. Give your kitchen over to family life. Fitting your cabinetry, worktops and storage into an L shape leaves the remainder of your kitchen free for you to express yourself. Here optimum use of space on two sides of the room allows for an uncluttered look opposite, enhancing the feeling of space. The look of a layout has become a major factor in an open plan scheme; you need to think more carefully about the design and aesthetic of the kitchen as it will always be on view.
Think about plumbing and heating. Will you be using existing plumbing for sinks and appliances or will you require additional pipe work? If you're planning to include a kitchen island containing a sink or other appliances in your design, you need to ensure that plumbing and electricity supplies are in place before flooring is laid. Work out where appliances, both big and small, are going to be to ensure that you have plug points where you need them. ‘Wherever you decide to locate your sink, it's a good idea to install your washing machine and dishwasher nearby,' says Paul Gibbs, Kitchens Buying Manager, B&Q. ‘It'll help keep plumbing simple.' Underfloor heating is a popular choice for kitchens as radiators can take up valuable space. If you're opting for underfloor heating, this will need to be installed prior to laying the kitchen floor.
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