By Albertina Carre. Kitchen. Published at Saturday, June 30th, 2018 - 10:59:11 AM.
Kitchen design that uses cabinetry has evolved into the universally accepted method to create a kitchen. But in the last 20 years, designers started to ask the question, "Is cabinetry really the ‘best‘ way for all design situations?" To answer this question, we must first discover the reason ‘Why‘ changing from cabinetry to something else would be beneficial. Hopefully, by illustrating how kitchen design has evolved, you will begin to discover ‘Why‘ kitchen furniture can be a great alternative to designing kitchens with cabinetry.
Many of my clients have, unfortunately, initiated the design of their kitchen without an understanding of the extent of what is actually involved in the process, in terms of design, budget, timeline and other issues. In these cases, our design process together, was frustrating for the client and for me. As a result, this article will clarify the process so that you will have the opportunity to become better informed before you begin your kitchen project, thereby avoiding uninformed decisions or possibly spending time and/or money needlessly.
When it comes to the kitchen, a homeowner chooses comfort over happiness. If you are comfortable with the layout of the kitchen, you may not want to change it. But, remember that you must pay attention to the kitchen because it is the heart of your home. If the kitchen is old and dingy, it can attract the growth of mold and mildew. Also, an old kitchen with a broken countertop or damaged cabinets can cause injury to your family members. As a homeowner, if you are unable to make a decision about remodeling the kitchen, do not worry. Here are a couple of signs that will indicate it is time to take care of the kitchen:
If you‘ve been involved in designing or building a new kitchen in the past 20 years, you‘ve probably heard the terms ‘unfitted kitchens‘ or ‘kitchen workstations‘ or simply ‘kitchen furniture‘. These terms don‘t refer to a dinette set, but rather to a completely different way of organizing a kitchen by using a few specially designed pieces of furniture instead of installing continuous lines of cabinetry and countertops. For some people, a ‘furnished‘ kitchen is an intriguing idea, but others might say "Why bother fixing something that ain‘t broke?"
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