it can be hard to source lots of kitchen design ideas for your new space. Whether you are planning a traditional, modern, classic or contemporary theme in your small, medium or large space, you’ll want to look at a range of design ideas before you visit with your designer.
If you entertain on a regular basis, you’ll need to think carefully about how your use of the kitchen changes from day-to-day and how you can incorporate items that might not be used every day. This kitchen features a great use of space with the beverage centres installed on the outside of the island making them accessible during busy times without the need to move into the working area of the kitchen.
If you are planning a traditional kitchen, consider how it will fit into the existing home and what ideas you could incorporate to help the two styles work together. In this example below a traditional kitchen has been given many classic features while a few, well-chosen more modern elements make it less ornate and a better fit for the design of the home.
Talk to your designer about how best to use the kitchen space you have available. It’s easy to assume that awkward spaces can’t be used effectively but, as this example shows, there is usually a solution to most space issues and your designer will be able to offer expert opinion on placement of appliances and workspaces to ensure optimal efficiency.