Kitchen Floor Plans

Written by Norene Anderson
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Kitchen floor plans should be evaluated carefully in consideration of the lifestyle of the family. Busy families often plan their "together" time around the evening meal. To accommodate this kind of interaction, there should be plenty of room in the dining area. The appliances and countertops should be arranged so it is easy to maintain conversations during the food preparation, serving, and cleaning up from the meal.

An island is often a great addition to kitchen floor plans. Some designs can double as a bar, giving children a place to do homework while the parents prepare the meal. They can interact and enjoy the time together and both can accomplish an important task. It is also a great design for serving buffet-style meals. Some islands have a sink or a stove top. Regardless of the purpose of the island, it adds great storage to the kitchen.

Design Your Choice of Kitchen Floor Plans

Kitchen floor plans need to offer traffic control. It should be easy to transition from one location to another without needing a one-way traffic sign. Above all, it should be functional. The floor plan should be designed to make it unnecessary to do a lot of walking during meal preparation. The essential appliances such as the refrigerator, sink, and stove should be in close enough proximity that they are easy to access.

Before meeting with a contractor for the project, set down some specifics that you want included in the remodel. Determine ahead of time the things you must have and the things you would like to have. A consultation with a remodeling expert will help you fine-tune the plans to meet your desires.

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