Kitchen Design / August 8, 2018 / Elora Goddard.
The kitchen before the renovation was a cramped, off-putting space. The client wanted to retain the architectural integrity and cohesiveness.
If kids need to be able to access the microwave, it might be better to create a below-counter setup for the device. If the island will be used for cooking and eating, make sure that there is enough space. To keep the cooktop area separated from the area where diners will eat.
When it comes to the heart of the home, there's no question Australia based Blue Tea Kitchens holds the key to creating your ideal space. Because the kitchen is essentially a working space, it needs to be designed with functionality in mind.
The architects decided to apply the concept of deconstruction, allowing them to use the girders as ceiling lines. That demarcate the different functional zones in the open-plan living, kitchen, and dining area.