Some of the particular failings of poorly planned kitchens are the distances between appliances, with fridges and ovens being on opposite sides of the room, and cabinet drawers that hinder movement when open. Depth of the benches is also a commonly occurring problem, with many benches being too long and unreachable, or too short and constraining of the optimum space of the kitchen bench.
Luckily, there are two key steps that designers take in the draft process when drawing the layout of a new or existing kitchen renovation. These steps focus on the accessibility of the kitchen and how best to increase the efficiency of procedure for the home chef. We’ve listed three of the main points below so you can start to get a rough idea of what is required, before you can start picking your favourite colours or cabinet materials.