Let your lifestyle and routine guide you through the decision making process
If you have a lot of accessories and small appliances, you will need several spaces in which to house them.
The questions you need to ask yourselfAs the kitchen is a space tailored to suit your own needs, let your lifestyle and routine guide you through the decision making process.
For example, if you have a lot of accessories and small appliances, you will need several spaces in which to house them, while if you prioritise functionality, you will have to find a place for all the appliances you may need.
If, on the other hand, you like to have friends over, suitable hosting solutions are a must.
Whatever your situation, if you try to work out your needs and desires, it will be easier to first establish your priorities and then make logical decisions accordingly.
Space-saving solutions and other ideasTo design a functional and efficient cooking space, there are several routes you can take.
The first is to choose a kitchen with in-line cabinets which can house the fundamental elements for everyday living: cooking, preparation and storage areas.
Other ideas suited to this situation include: taller, narrower refrigerators or wall units and small shelves which fully utilise the available space.
In short, every space-saving idea could be useful!
If, on the other hand, there is a corner in the room, you can opt for solutions designed specifically for spaces of this type, such as corner appliances or revolving baskets which use the full depth measurement for storage purposes.
A design-led living areaThe rest of the room can be designed as you wish.
tendable table and purchase an additional 3/4 folding chairs (to be kept in a different room), so that you are always ready to have friends over!
In any case, furnishing the living-dining room is even easier, thanks to the wide variety of design-led solutions which echo the style of the kitchen cabinets without being overly intrusive.