Published at Friday, November 17th 2017. by Kay Bryan in Kitchen Design.
Time frame- a skilled designer will find working even with sophisticated clients specification easy thus they will design your kitchen into what you want within the shortest time possible, without comprising the quality of the Kitchen Design.
We all take for granted the work it takes to design and construct a kitchen, as we expect everything to just fit into the space. It actually takes hours of design work to make sure you are getting the best use of your space as we all know how limited floor space is especially in a smaller home. When designing a new kitchen, the main thing that is going to take up space will be your kitchen units, as they will be holding loose object so you arent left with a cluttered mess with your new kitchen. These will also contain your appliances as well if you choose to go for a built in kitchen if you desire the sleek flush aesthetic a built in kitchen can give you.
Good communication skills- this may seem like an obvious qualification but it is very important as it helps the designer to understand the clients specification requirements so that the these can be transferred into functional kitchen designs that are efficient and error- free.
Full height units are great if you really want to add a touch of futuristic influence in your design. These units run from the ceiling to the floor give or take a few centimetres for ground clearance and pull out towards you, giving you a side access style of unit that can also be used as a rack for spices, wine and anything else you can put in there. This really does alter the appearance of your kitchen, but some special work may be required to make your space compatible with the styling and overall design of your kitchen, so please speak to a kitchen designer for further advice.
With regards to kitchen flooring, you can either choose wooden floors, tiling or linoleum. Kitchen floors should compliment the interior features of your kitchen. The floors should go along with the kitchen style. Ask help from your designer to match up the colors.
Single and Double Kitchen Wall Units