When it comes to our homes, for many of us the kitchen is at the heart. Whether enjoying a quick increased temperatures drink after an fall walk or being seated for a meal with family or friends, the kitchen provides food, warmth and comfort.
Unfortunately, because it is used so much, without our seeing بهترین برند ظروف آشپزخانه our kitchens can become tired and cheap. Suddenly, meals are better taken elsewhere and the under-heated slightly grungy kitchen becomes a place to visit for as short a time as possible.
At that stage, you know you need a new kitchen. Call in a builder who knows about kitchens and there is still just time to bask in the warmth of a fresh kitchen by Christmas. When designing your new kitchen, start with the basics, light, heating and space. You might not want to move water conduits or setting up so have little option about keeping sink or heater, but before you commit to any design, draw a scale type of the space itself only and see what is possible.
Beginning with heating, think about underfloor heating for early morning warm and comfortable toes, or one of those clever little heaters which fit under your floor cupboards. Either method helps you to save having to have large radiators and therefore save wall space. With lighting, you need good lights to be able to see what you are cooking but also mood lighting for candlelit dinners. Think about ceiling spotlights, lights over work surfaces and near kitchen sinks.
Try to work on the golden triangle principle of heater, sink and work surface. Think about how you use space and spread that use around the kitchen. For example, if you have a morning bottleneck at present with freezer or fridge, breakfast bowls and cereals all kept next t the toaster and pot think about spreading them out so that the progress of the meal flows naturally on to the table.
When deciding on the decoration, remember that kitchens can become greasy and steamy and choose surfaces that will clean easily. Consider glass splash of water backs, tiles and wood. Choose work surfaces that helps make a colour statement and keep walls fairly simple.
Whatever you decide for your new kitchen our main tip is to make sure that you choose a builder or installer that can manage the whole installation. Balancing separate firms of plumbers, electricians, general contractors and fitters will slow the work down and could lead to Christmas on a building site.