Sometimes you get tired of your kitchen’s design, aesthetics and layout; you want something new, something revolutionary, something contemporary or even futuristic, Anthony Millot remodeling service is just the right one for the job. We can help you transform your kitchen into what seems like your “dream kitchen” we can help you change your utensils, appliances, re-install cabinets and shelves, do some painting, etc. Remodeling your kitchen is something you can get done yourself but to get good results, it will be better to hire professionals. The task requires skill and expertise so to be sure something won’t get broken, you should definitely give us a call. Below are four contemporary kitchen layouts, just for you.
This kitchen layout is mostly used by studio flats, small and loft apartments because if the small space it uses. One big advantage this layout gives you is the luxury of more space; the shelves, appliances, sink, utensils are mounted unto one wall. Basically, everything you have in your kitchen is placed on one side, doesn't matter what side it is, leaving more than enough space in the kitchen. You can even decide to put your workstation in the kitchen if you want because this layout gives you a luxurious opportunity. Our skilled workers can help you achieve this kitchen layout however you want it.
This layout requires more space and work to be achieved. What gives it the name “island” is the stand-alone structure at its center. If you want this kitchen layout, you will have to think of a waist level erection or structure you should place at the center of the kitchen. This structure gives your kitchen a defined rectangular or horseshoe layout depending on how your cabinets are placed. But before you even think about using this layout, make sure you have more than enough space; you don’t want to be in a tight cubicle while cooking or doing dishes.
This kitchen layout is specifically made to fit into small spaces. Also called the parallel kitchen layout, it is one of the best kitchen layouts you can have in your home; perfectly suited for one cook, it gives you the authority over your own space. This layout gives you an opportunity to use diverse kinds of cabinets (you choose the cabinet for the kitchen, the kitchen doesn’t choose the cabinets for you). If you have more space, you can include an island in the center.
This layout, as its name implies, makes your kitchen L- shaped. This layout is really common among small family homes and bachelor homes. It utilizes two walls and sometimes could use an island. All appliances and cabinets are mounted on both walls and in the case where there is more space for an island, you can place your island at the center of your kitchen. The only thing you might start to worry about is the kind of cabinets to use. Unlike the galley kitchen layout, you don’t have all the freedom, you need to look for cabinets with corners for the edge between both walls.