Christabel Varieur. Kitchen. March 03rd , 2018.
Perhaps the most important part of your professional kitchen design ideas should be the lighting in the kitchen. Just overhead lighting is not enough. You need lighting task specific lighting. When you are doing small but definite jobs that need specific attention like decorating a wedding cake or a special dessert, as well as filleting a fish, you need lighting that will light up that space so you will not miss the smallest detail. In your professional kitchen design ideas, make room for track lighting or row type spot lighting or perhaps light in the extractor hoods. Plan well and enjoy your new professional kitchen.
Lighting can play a big role in the way your kitchen space can appear in size. A small kitchen does not need fluorescent lights as they can depress a small kitchen. Any lighting that can be put up under wall cupboards will not make the room appear too bright or too small. Lighting should blend in with your colors and overall décor to give the room a good contrast.
When you think of materials for the new professional kitchen, think stainless steel as this is the preferred surface of all professional cooks. Stainless steel is durable and resists heat and most stains. In your professional kitchen design ideas, you will want to include a hardwood chopping block that will have a waste disposal drawer for all of those peelings and there should be, with it, a marble slab for rolling pastry. You may also consider a freestanding work stations that has everything in it including a sink for washing the fruits and vegetables.
Kitchen design ideas need the proper layout plan and take into consideration how it is going to be used, what arrangements are preferred are some of the basic factors to consider.
Kitchen layouts have different categories so it is important for you to decide on the basic floor plan. Efficient layout maximizes time and minimizes efforts of moving from one point to another. An effective work triangle should be carefully planned. The idea of a work triangle optimizes the flow between work areas. Careful planning allows you to determine the number of work areas you want to be installed as well as take into consideration the number of people who will be using the kitchen.
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