When designing kitchens, I always try to use all the wishes of the client, taking into account the existing communications and the principles of kitchen design. As raising the water connection and drain circuit is a very costly activity, it is often necessary to design the kitchen accordingly.
The primary backbone of a comfortable and practical kitchen is the master plan, zones, and movement path, ie the work triangle. There must be a free working area next to or near the refrigerator to support the shopping bag or to store food taken from the refrigerator. There must also be a free work surface on both sides of the hob and sink.
The kitchen island is placed exactly in the middle of the rest of the kitchen. The length of the island was dictated by the dimensions of the quartz stone slab. The client had a definite wish that the work surface must be in one piece.
In terms of fittings, I supplemented the kitchen with drawers inspired by Blum Space Tower, which can be installed in the storage cabinet, and with a pull-out and lockable shelf installed at the height of the work surface. This is also Blum’s solution.
The kitchen island has a Blum solution for bottles and spices. The towel pull-out is from Kesseböhmer. Drawer contents Blum’s again. The integrated plug system on the worktop is the Bachmann Coni.
It is wise to use a maximum of three different colors. For this kitchen, they have a dark gray, warm wood pattern and a light gray / white work surface. In addition, the natural greenery flowing in from the large window.
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