With your cabinet style, finish and colour decided, you might think that settling on the arrangement and layout of your wall units would be simple – but if your finished kitchen is to look perfect, there are a few things to consider…
There are a number of lines of symmetry in your Blackpool fitted kitchen and you’ll want to ensure your wall units don’t break any of them. So when thinking about the arrangement and layout of the units, ensure they are of the same height and that, wherever possible, the wall units line up with the cabinets beneath them. If you’re struggling to achieve that with a basic selection of units, consider adding in a slimline unit, bottle rack, spice holder or similar to space things out more evenly.
End of the line
There’s nothing necessarily wrong with ending a run of wall units with a flat panel, but could you do more? A quadrant unit could bring the run to a stylish curved close, as could some shelving. You’ll be making more of the available space too.
Corner units are often the packhorses of the kitchen, carrying greater weights and volumes than any other wall unit – so it’s important you can easily access what’s inside. We have a number of hinge and door options for your Blackpool fitted kitchen, so that your doors can open fully.
In tight kitchens wall unit doors can cause problems – opening out into the floor space and obstructing other doors or kitchen users. But doors don’t have to be hinged left or right. They can open up, or fold back on themselves to create greater space and safety. Talk to us about the door and hinge options available for your Lancashire fitted kitchen.
Fitted kitchens in Blackpool with JemCraft
For help in working through the stages of your fitted kitchen cabinet design, talk to JemCraft on 01253 853664 or email email@example.com