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If you have been thinking about remodeling your kitchen, then it may be time to look at some U-shaped kitchen ideas. U-shaped design is one of the hottest design styles these days, with its focus on compact, open shelf space and efficiency. This style is perfect if you like to entertain a lot since it allows room for all of your cutlery and kitchenware. If space is a problem in your home, then the U-shaped design will work well for you. For example, if you are looking to increase the storage space in your kitchen, then this type of design is a perfect choice.
Here are some tips for designing a U-shaped kitchen:
The work triangle refers to the imaginary line that runs from countertop to sink, forming a triangle. This imaginary line can be used to help you with planning your kitchen’s layout. First, figure out how much space you will need for your countertop and sink. Then, create a triangle by adding a length of countertop to the length of the sink and any other appliances you plan to use in the U-shape.
Since your kitchen design will now include the open shelf space along with the work triangle, it’s important to add shelving that will allow you to easily reach the items you need. If you are using cabinetry, then you can use vertical shelves or standard horizontal ones. If you are building from scratch, then you can use wall units or small racks to hold items such as your cookbooks, small refrigerators, and even your children’s school books.
A kitchen cabinet that is made of solid wood and has rollers can be a great addition to your u-shaped kitchen. Because the work triangle will be so prominent in this type of kitchen, it is necessary to make sure that you have enough storage to keep all of your kitchen items organized. Instead of putting worktables against the countertop, choose cabinets that will sit on the floor between your sink and the countertop.
Since granite has been used as a material for kitchens for thousands of years, it is an excellent choice for kitchen countertops. However, it doesn’t have to be expensive. Instead, buy inexpensive kitchen tiles that you can put right over your existing countertop. When choosing which tiles you will use, consider the size and colors of the appliances that you will be using in your kitchen to ensure that the tiles will work well together.
Instead of installing expensive new hardwood flooring, choose warm-colored, natural stone that will complement the colors of your kitchen’s paint and cabinetry. Plus, stone adds a level of sophistication to any kitchen that just can’t be beaten. By creating open shelf space, your kitchen will have more functionality, which will help you save both time and money.
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