The kitchen is an innate and a significant part of any household, as the very food we enjoy sitting on our table is prepared here. Your kitchen needs to be appropriately designed, to ensure that it makes the whole process of cooking a pleasurable and engaging for you. A well-designed kitchen will always ensure optimum usage of available space.
People hate the idea of spending hours inside an ordinary-looking space that is stuffed with utensils, containers and home appliances while preparing a meal for others. No one wants to go through a monotonous cooking process all the time. Kitchen space therefore, requires intuitive and detailed attention while designing. A well-designed kitchen helps you explore your creativity when it comes to cooking.
At BNTZ custom homes, our design team comes with significant years of experience in interior designing, as well as renovating the kitchen interiors. Our in-house experts of kitchen interior design have the aptitude, education, training, and professional skills required to aesthetically upgrade one of the most integral spaces of your house, so that cooking is never boring for you again.
What are the different types of Kitchen Interior Designs?
The U-shaped Kitchen layout gives a natural spacious look to your kitchen area. The U-shaped kitchen sports three adjoining benchtops that surround you from three sides, having walls lined with cabinets for keeping kitchen appliances, cutlery and any ingredients that you may need during cooking. You get ample storage area and abundant space to do your daily chores. The U-shaped kitchen is one of the most efficient kitchen types.
The L-shaped kitchen layout is a classic layout in which two adjacent walls are used to feature two benchtops. When designing a functional kitchen, the “working triangle”, i.e., the distance between stove, fridge and the sink, has to be kept in mind. This L-shaped Kitchen Layout supports the open kitchen concept as the L-shape fits into the two sides of your triangle and the open space allows ample free space for movement.
The parallel kitchen, also known as Galley kitchen, features two working areas installed parallel to each other. You will have two benchtops facing each other on either side of your central walkway. The main benefit of a parallel kitchen is that it can help in easily separating the tasks that you need to perform on each of the countertops.
If you have an ample amount of space for your kitchen and an open living area, then the island kitchen is the layout you should go for. The island kitchen is becoming an increasingly popular choice, especially if you need to add extra storage space while incorporating additional seating too. The layout features a combination of either L-shaped or straight kitchen, with an unconnected island space that can be extended as a dining counter if required.
Studio and loft apartments usually feature the straight kitchen layout. This design involves a single countertop on both sides of the cooking area, without complex angles, and is kept minimal with optimum efficiency. The cabinets are placed above the countertop and a set of linear drawers can be placed below which provide easy access to crockery and grocery items while cooking, saving space and maximising utility.
The modular kitchen layout features cabinets made from diversified materials, that can manage the wear and tear that happens during dismantling and reassembling. The floor units and wall cabinets can be easily dismantled and reinstalled, and is therefore is a good option, if your job demands moving from place to place every few years.