I like to have a good view when I'm in the kitchen, so both the sink & stove face large windows over looking my beautiful view
Everyone has their own idea of which kitchen layout works best. My personal favorite by a long shot is the U-shaped kitchen, an arrangement that has cabinets and counters that wrap the island on three sides. This design is best suited for large kitchens, but in general, more than any other kitchen design, it offers a balanced symmetry that instills calm and easy traffic flow to any space. I always design my U-shaped kitchens with a few key design principles in mind:
love all shape and how to put space for family comfort.
Pro what? Hired help? Is there any mention of how much square footage is available> Is this 'new' construction or just a remodel? Does anyone realistically have 4' by 4' by 4' to give up around an island? Where's the restroom for the people that have to actually do all the work? I agree that some of the ideas are sound, and even possibly achievable for people that 'live' in there kitchens.. Creating one kitchen that works for one person does not show that you know what you are talking about.- Where's the counter space for butchering? Where's the the contianers for growing fresh herbs? Where's the amenities to truly go into depth on creating real food? Why didn't you just include a giant commercial microwave so these people wouldn't be sitting around waiting for whomever to get done doing the 'cooking'?
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