A friend of mine asked me last year if I could do their kitchen for them. Of course I obliged. This was a simple style kitchen, with the majority of the $$$$ thrown into the functionality of the kitchen. We used Blum tandembox drawers to all, Blumotion to all the doors, a pegasus overhead system, smart wire corner to the blind corner cabinet, 1mm pvc edge flexipanel swiss cherry melamine doors and panels, flexipanel black melamine to all kicks, laminex black marble squareform benchtops and atherton satin chrome d pull handles.
I was looking through The Starting Point Queensland edition and came across the section on Kitchen Checklist which has some good tips on designing your kitchen. Most of these points cabinet makers generally take into consideration when designing your kitchen and we generally also take into consideration whats cost effective in renovating. A lot of the time, relocating appliances to make the working space more user friendly can be costly as well. So please take this into consideration when trying to work with this checklist. The checklist Has the kitchen been designed so that the food preparation area is set apart from the main thoroughfare? Have all stoves, cook tops and ovens been kept clear of corners of the room and also is there enough space beside the cook top to swing your pot handles around? Will opening doors on appliances be inhibited by the adjoining cabinets of walls? This
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