Kitchen Design Centre explains the best way to maximise space in your kitchen.
Rather than altering the actual shape of the room, a new kitchen design should make utilities easier to access as well as the sink being slightly reduced in size.
This not only enables kitchen designers to utilise space in a small kitchen, but they are able to make the most out of natural light and connecting items – using tiles, fitted furniture, or integrated kitchen appliances.
Will Hustler, Designer at Kitchen Design Centre, said: “To bring out the best in a kitchen design, you need to maximise space.
“Some projects are tricky because the amount of space we have to work with is quite tight and we still wanted to make sure they have all of the appliances built in.
“To overcome this, Kitchen Design Centre is creative in where and how the appliances are fitted.”
Although designing the kitchen correctly will maximise space, using the cupboards efficiently will also help you get the most out of your kitchen.
Floor to ceiling units give maximum storage and sliding doors are useful in narrow rooms.
Another space saving suggestion is roller shutters - which are ideal for narrow units on worktop.
In old houses, designer kitchens cabinets with adjustable legs should be used.
Dry and canned food takes up the least space if they are put in tall and narrow pull-out pantry units with access from both sides.
Maximising space in rooms means getting the most out of a house more generally
Kitchen Design Centre provides bespoke kitchens – both traditional and contemporary.
For the past 25 years the company has gathered a huge portfolio of satisfied customers – which is a sign of the dedication, commitment and all round talent within the company.
There is a free kitchen design service available by applying online or visiting the showrooms.
The showrooms are located in Manchester, Blackburn and Colne.
For more information, visit http://www.kitchendesigncentre.com.