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Kitchen shapes Which one will work best for you
Kitchen shapes Which one will work best for you

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Space issues in almost every part of the house are becoming a hindrance and the best way to overcome it is by optimally using the space you ve got. This fits aptly for the kitchen area in the house which is not only extensively used but also calls for convenience. We all are well aware of how important it is to be able to have space in the kitchen to move around and store all the things in a certain way. The solution to this is styling the kitchen and giving it a shape that fits perfectly with all your requirements. Read on to know how you can achieve that and make the experience of working in the kitchen a comfort oriented one.Mostly we have a big room adjoining the kitchen and that becomes quite problematic for the one working inside the kitchen. L shaped kitchen though helps you cut off from all the kitchen traffic and gives you privacy to be on your own. It gives you the freedom to have the important things like the sink stove and the kitchen slab in a row or divide two things for one wall and another for the adjoining wall. Basically L shaped kitchen requires two walls which integrate the kitchen and gives you a corner to work around. At the longer side which forms an alley of sorts it easily gives you all the space for cabinets and storage. U-shaped Kitchen This shape works well with homemakers as it gives them a compact atmosphere but not a cramped one. The sink being the most used component can be set up at the center of the U-shaped kitchen making it easier for you to turn left to the sink and on the other end you can put your refrigerator microwave or other appliances. The high efficient kitchen shape also works wonders for the times when too many people are in or around the kitchen and instead of them surrounding you while you work your way you can anytime slightly nudge them towards the other side of the kitchen. G-shaped Kitchen A kitchen forming a G shape will work fabulously for you if you ve got too many appliances to fit in. Believe it or not there are components in the kitchen which are not used daily but somehow need to be there. The shape is almost like a U-shaped kitchen where you can fit in the sink stove and other such everyday things in a curved line for easy and quick working but the third bent is the added factor. You can either put the microwave there which is not used all the time but in today s times is a must have or additional cabinets and drawers to stuff all the extra load that has been eating you up. Unique and unorthodox kitchen styles will not only revamp but also refurbish the most used area of the house the kitchen. So get out of your comfort zone and bring in more space and more comfort than you d ever imagine.

Posted On : 3/18/2013 3:43:21 AM

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