|CONSTRUCTION||All wood, no particle board|
|COLOR||Honey with dark glaze|
|DOORS & DRAWER FRONTS||Solid wood, full overlay, raised panel|
|DRAWERS||Solid wood, dovetailed|
|FACE FRAME||3/4" solid wood|
|CABINET BOX||1/2" plywood|
|DRAWER GLIDES||Soft closing, undermount, full extension|
|HINGES||Concealed, 6 way adjustable, soft closing|
|SIDES||Finished in matching color|
|INTERIOR||Finished in natural color|
|ASSEMBLY TOOLS||Stapler and wood glue Instructions|
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The cabinetry is an integral part of kitchen design that can make or break remodeling success. Making up about 70% of the entire room, doing this right takes you a leap closer to an efficient and visually appealing remodeling finish. To maximize ease of use, organization in the area, and storage space; it is essential to plan the lay out carefully. And this article discusses how to employ basic elements when planning a layout for your kitchen cabinets.
To start, establish a realistic budget and try to look into the big picture. Remodeling is not easy, not to mention cheap and because it involves the heart of your home the work will not only be expensive but inconvenient as well. So it is important to think things through carefully before any decisions are made. Before drafting a plan or layout, decide whether to use the same footprint for appliances and kitchen cabinets or start from scratch. And if you want to keep things as they are, make sure that the remodeling finish will not only meet current needs but the future’s as well.
When incorporating kitchen cabinets into the layout, accurate measurement is one of the keys to a successful layout plan. Be sure to draft the cabinet plan in inches as this is the standard measurement used. Keeping a list of measurements ready helps you choose the right sets of dimensions to add to your cabinetry collection.
The Basic Work Triangle
One essential element of a well designed kitchen is the basic work triangle that has the refrigerator, sink and cooking area for its points. Generally, the total perimeter should not exceed 26 feet with each side of the triangle at least 4 feet or anywhere not more than 9 feet apart. The idea behind the work triangle is to make these primary working stations conveniently close to each other, without cramping space. And to heighten efficiency in tasks and work flow, a well-planned layout for kitchen cabinets is crucial. You can choose from a variety of wall and base cabinets including sink base cabinet, bridge wall cabinet, wall end angle cabinet, and corner cabinets to maximize hard-to-reach spaces.
Single Line Kitchen Layout
This is often used for narrow kitchens. Though this offers the longest journey from one working station to another, the single line layout is functional for apartments, condos, and small family homes. In this set-up the sink is placed in the middle of the range and refrigerator. The area under the counters is perfect for base cabinets. And to save floor space, make use of the walls to install additional kitchen cabinets.
The Island Kitchen
Provided that there is enough space for an island to be added into the room, this addition is very beneficial not only in achieving an efficient kitchen layout but also adding storage to the current kitchen cabinets you have. The island offers additional counter space that will serve as another work station to avoid the household or helping guests from bumping into each other when cooking or preparing food. A cooktop with a canopy for your island also serves as a stylish and functional focal point. The island can also be used as breakfast table.