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medium kitchen - 7.5 sq.m
• If you have a corridor-style kitchen, keeping
at least one of your appliances on the
opposite side of the room makes it easy
to move between the hob, fridge and sink.
• Tall wall cabinets are a great solution for
making the most of the space all the way
up to your ceiling.
• Using under-sink pull-out storage means
cloths, brushes and cleaning tools can be
neatly tidied away to keep worktops clear
and easy to wipe down.
Use extra light
in food prep
large kitchen - 12 sq.m
• Even in large kitchens your hob, fridge and
sink should not be too far apart, as you need
to go to and from them easily.
• Having 1.2m of preparation space on your
worktops is ideal. If you have a larger kitchen,
try and use this space on one long worktop.
• Consider a breakfast bar or island, they add
a more open, social feel and create even
more storage and worktop space.
U or G shape
Tricky corners can be maximised with clever storage
options, such as carousels or large pull-out drawers. If
you have a large enough U-shape, try adding a breakfast
bar as this will add a lived-in feel to the space.
A long room means you’ll have plenty of space for
cabinetry; keep wall units to a minimum so you don’t
end up with a corridor effect. Handleless units, pale
colours and clever lighting will give a streamlined,
open and bright feel to this space.
Easy to navigate
Long and narrow