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1. How do you use your room?
For many of us, the kitchen is the heart of the home and fulfils many roles in the 21st-century living space. Think about what happens during a typical day in the life of your kitchen and what that means for the layout.
If you like to entertain or need a space where homework can be done while you’re prepping dinner, consider the dining area. If you have dogs and cats that call the kitchen home, they’ll need their own space too. Kitchens and living rooms are becoming increasingly fused, so if you’re planning a great big family room, think about how each space will work separately and together.
2. Make your space work
Whatever else a kitchen needs to do, first and foremost it needs to work as a space to cook. Think carefully about the most used parts of your kitchen from a cooking perspective, and plot how easily you’ll be able to move between them. This is called the kitchen triangle and focuses on the points between the fridge, sink, and cooker, which are crucial in mapping out your cooking space.
Take some time to consider where your microwave, dishwasher, toaster, and other appliances will sit in relation to this. Once you have an idea of what you might like, our designers can fill in the gaps and help create a space that suits you.
Select a range and choosing the colours and materials you prefer.
3. Measuring up
The final and most important thing to consider is your kitchen measurements. We will need these to help create the best solution for your space. We have a complete guide to measuring your kitchen.
- Measure each wall including window openings.
- Note all windows and doors, including which way they open and whether they’re internal or external.
- Add in electric sockets and any existing plumbing, plus fixed objects like radiators, boilers or boxed-in pipes (including the measurements).
- If your room has a sloping ceiling or eaves, mark the shortest and tallest heights and how far the slope extends into the room.