Efficiency in the Kitchen for Royersford Homeowners
The first step is to take note of who uses the kitchen, then build on your kitchen design with that in mind. Thoughtful consideration of who moves through the kitchen, when, and why, can contribute to creating the ideal kitchen design plan for your home. Determine if your floorplan is U-shaped, L-shaped, or galley-shaped and consider how the work triangle is affected.
Is your refrigerator, sink and stovetop are arranged in a straight line? We can help you to find additional kitchen accessories for increased efficiency and workspace, for instance, a sink with built-in stackable trays for a cutting board and colander. For kitchens with adequate counter space, you might consider a prep sink, or even a full second sink for additional washing workspace. If the sink isn’t conveniently located near the stove, you might consider adding a pot filler to the stove area.