If you want to create a kitchen that helps you work faster and more efficiently, your kitchen design needs to reduce the mileage.
We’re all being encouraged to get more exercise. There’s a chance you’re wearing a device right now that’s measuring whether you’re closing in on your 10,000 steps for the day. But if there’s one part of your life where extra walking can be a frustration, it’s in the kitchen.
A few questions:
- When you’re unloading your shopping, how far do you need to walk between the spot where you unpack, the fridge and the larder/cupboard?
- When you unload the dishwasher, how far is the journey between plate cupboard and dishwasher?
- And when you’re at the hob, are the ingredients on the worktop, and in the larder and fridge easily to hand, or do you need to run a half marathon to gather them all?
Kitchen design is about far more than looks. It’s about functionality – about creating a space that supports you, rather than making you work for it. And because everyone has a slightly different view of what the kitchen should be – a place for cooking, a place for chatting, a place for pulling up a chair at the island and enjoying a glass of wine while someone else gets on with the hard work – what constitutes your idea of great kitchen design will be different to everyone else’s.
So if it’s time to renovate your kitchen, take a step back. Look again at how you use your kitchen and how well your kitchen enables you to do that. And if the answer is ‘not very well’, call in the Blackpool kitchen designers who can help you create a beautiful kitchen that really, really works.
To make a start, call us now on 01253 853664.