By admin | January 3, 2009
Kitchen units are those that will, above all, determine kitchen style, but will also define it’s functionality. There are various models available on the market in almost any concieveble color and style, but they are also categorized by price. Have in mind that this is one of the main investments in kitchen.
They may be divided In three groups:
1. Built by measure
2. Built partially by measure ( where you choose between existing units and fit them into your kitchen setting )
3. Finished (preset) kitchens
The last type is the cheapest, while the first is the most expensive. Advantages and faults are obvious: at already finished kitchens you will have to think of a way to cover those parts of the kitchen which have been left uncovered. Quality of hinges, doors, drawer system and finishing work must be considered while choosing any of these options. Choose a kitchen that has at least a three year guarantee.
Besides outer look, it is very important to see how the inside of the kitchen unit is organized. This is crucial for economical use of space and ease of use. Choose those models that have a more functional space, by combining large shelves with smaller ones, for smaller units to make your kitchen a modern cooking place.
Kitchen isle as a part of kitchen layout got it’s name by being parted off of other units. It can be reached from all sides. This is an extra workspace and can be highly decorative. Isles can be a simple workspace, but can be also equipped with a sink, stove (hot plate), and even an oven can be built into it. A good option is to have an isle with built in drawers for extra space and storage.
An isle can be a focus point of the kitchen, looks very modern, but before you choose to buy this unit:
– Determine if you have enough space. Some kitchens are simply too small for kitchen isles.
– Define it’s purpose. Determine if an isle is going to be a simple workspace, or will you equip it with a sink or some other equipment.
– Examine the alternatives. If you don’t have enough space for an isle, you may choose a unit with wheels which can be kept beside a wall.
Handles and grips can be used to decorate kitchen fronts. Choice is incredibly wide, intended for all styles