Question:

Which kitchen design is most efficient?

4 August, 2021 Augustine Motsinger 3

Answers (3):

  • AUTHOR: JOE ROBERIE
    6 August, 2021

    The kitchen with the space for the pot rack to be suspended over a center island is an efficient design simply because it saves time having to reach for pots and pans which are stored elsewhere. Countertops also cut down on prep time and allow chefs more room to work in. Pans that are hung up need only be pulled down, not searched for across a cluttered kitchen. Kitchens should also have sufficient storage both within the work area as well as outside of that zone available near the back door or in a pantry off of the main floor, so that clutter from other areas can be easily transferred through this space at any given time without disrupting many different activities happening at once.

  • AUTHOR: JESSE PINGREE
    6 August, 2021

    One of the toughest things to do is figure out which kitchen to buy and it can be hard for a person with absolutely no experience, so I recommend talking to an interior designer. In this game, everyone is playing with the same set of cards - all fruits and vegetables are placed on each space on the board in different amounts depending on their worth. The goal is not only to have a collection that will be worth more than any other player's when you trade them in at the end of the game, but also always keep your options open should your opponents try and take cards from you or create tight competition by trading themselves out of something (like they know there are two pineapples left).

  • AUTHOR: JUSTIN VOLKMAN
    6 August, 2021

    According to a professional Interior Designer, "there are three goals for an efficient kitchen: good traffic flow, ample storage and counterspace". To achieve this your kitchen should be positioned in the middle of the home rather than off to one side. This allows you to work on a counter without stepping back into another room. Designers also recommend lining up cabinets from wall to wall so everything is within reach, with meat drawers at knee level and dry goods above eye-level shelves. Accessible shelving should allow for complete dishes and tools on both sides of big appliances such as refrigerators or dishwashers.