Published at Tuesday, November 14th 2017. by Jennifer Henson in Kitchen Design.
Corner Angled and Curved Kitchen Units
When considering your kitchen design, the main thing you want is to not have any wasted space. You also cant have too many units crammed into one space as this is going to cause walkway issues, as well as obstructing units that might block each other when they are open. You might think this process of designing might leave gaps in-between cabinets but there are smaller cabinets that can be installed that ensure you get the maximum use of the space.
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.
Straight Corner Wall Kitchen Units
The majority of your kitchen units are going to be your single and double wall units as these are going to make up the general units of your kitchen. Single and double units mean just that, singles having one door and doubles have two, giving you more space and a different aesthetic as you are going to have two handles in the middle rather than just on one side.
Corner and angled units are great if you want to introduce something new to your kitchen. These will give you some functionality in the form of more storage as well as some interesting mechanism that make corner units open. There are a variety of options you can go for, including inward corner doors, sliding doors or your traditional curved doors for your corner units.