Exciting project on the books...
Custom Build in Fairview
Here's my client's bathroom in her last house-
so this should be fun!
With blueprints scattered everywhere, we are beginning with
the kitchen design. I have a new appreciation for a red pen and liquid paper
correction tape used by Richard, of Richard Drummond Davis architectural firm...
-as we add, tweak (repeat:)
He's done a beautiful job on the plans and has captured
the homeowner's unique vision.
So, if you are planning a new kitchen or just a remodel-
Here are some pointers:
When planning a kitchen, it's important to give careful consideration
to how the space will be used.
the other side of the bar, talking while you cook?
a triangle for efficient movement in the kitchen.
each of three walls.
and the dead-end floor plan ensures that traffic doesn't
interrupt the work triangle.
accommodating multiple cooks.
add informal seating, as well as extra prep space and storage, to a kitchen.
would exceed the 26-foot rule if all three workstations were located against walls.
two work stations must be on opposite walls.
seating, as well as extra prep space and storage, to a kitchen.
third on an adjacent wall.
if the main workstations are located close to the crook of the L.
counter space between the two workstations that share the same wall
-- at least 4 feet.
I have to confess that I think we are breaking all the rules mentioned
above... custom is custom!