When you are making the calculations for space in your professional kitchen design ideas, do not forget to calculate the height of all of the counters and workspaces. If the height is too low or too high, it will make working in the kitchen unpleasant and tiring. Whether you are going to use gas or electric to cook, it should also be incorporated in your professional kitchen design ideas. Many cooks prefer to use both gas and electric. What size will your ovens be? Keep in mind that you need bigger ovens for the large trays and baking sheets. Do you want grills, griddles and barbecue access? Do you want that barbecue to be charcoal? In order to keep the kitchen cool, dry and comfortable, do not forget to incorporate kitchen hood heat extractors.
The backsplash is the most prominent and exposed part of the kitchen, and can get dirty very easily. The backsplash is important and it fuses the design of the kitchen making it more prominent. When applying the rustic design, it is very crucial to choose a proper color and design in the backsplash.
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.
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