Planning & Design


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If you want an entirely new kitchen, think about the layout and how you use your current kitchen. Ask yourself these questions:

  • What elements do you want to be close to together, such as the cooker and the¬†fridge, so you don’t have to make too many trips around the kitchen?
  • Where will you want most worktop space? Next to the hob and oven , perhaps?
  • How much storage do you need? Think about whether you need more than you currently have and what you need to store.
  • Do you use your kitchen for dinner parties or do you have kids to accommodate? Do you therefore need space for a table?
  • Where do you want to keep the utensils, dinnerware etc that you use most?
  • What appliances do you want, and will there be room for them? For example, you might want an American-style fridge freezer instead of a slimmer fridge?

Thinking about how you use your current kitchen now, and how you want to use the new one, will help ensure that your day-to-day needs will not get overlooked in the planning process.