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    Spice Rack Pull Out Cabinets (SE-BSPR12)

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    $456/ Piece

    Size:

    12"W * 24"D * 34-1/2"H

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      Product Model SE-BSPR12
      Description
      Badly planned layout and workflow. A poor kitchen layout will make you work much harder than necessary and ultimately stop you from enjoying it. Your kitchen should work specifically for you, with a workflow and layout designed to cater to your individual needs. For this to happen, your designer must enquire about your lifestyle, habits and kitchen requirements, as well as how many people live in your house, who likes to cook and what your preferred cooking style is.  All this information should be used in the planning of your layout.  While a lot of designers still plan using the traditional kitchen triangle, I think defining separate areas or zones for prepping, washing and cooking can result in a more efficient and personalized design. This approach allows fluidity in the positioning of the different areas of the kitchen. And, as in this example, your kitchen should look good too!Explore zoning, the alternative layout approach to the traditional triangle method Traffic through your working area. As suggested, you may want enough countertop space for more than one person to operate in your kitchen at once. However, you need to consider how to achieve this so that users don’t get under one another’s feet while trying to reach the fridge, oven or sink. Similarly, if you have children, you may want to ensure that they won’t come charging past as you’re carrying hot food or handling sharp knives.  Both are examples of how traffic can become a problem in a kitchen’s work area, but they are preventable through careful planning. This may mean setting up two separate and well-spaced prep zones or ensuring that there’s only one kitchen entry point, so you can easily see who’s coming or going, as shown.  You can also make sure that  frequently used appliances, such as the fridge,  are on the periphery of your kitchen, so other household members can still get things out of them without having to fully enter the kitchen (also illustrated here).

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