While kitchen cabinet and storage design may not be as exciting as choosing seating or lighting, this is one of the most important areas to consider when designing a kitchen. From construction to hardware to layout, here are some fantastic tips on what to do, when designing a kitchen's cabinets and storage.
TIP: An island is enormously practical—it defines the layout of the kitchen and is very social. In a large kitchen, it's very effective to use two complementary worktop surfaces to break up the area. It allows for more space to do what you need to do when cooking and looks very aesthetically pleasing and allows for more storage space.
TIP: When short on space, ensure that everything has a place, rather than trying to ensure that everything is in its place. This could mean looking at kitchen cabinets that can make your appliances easier to reach and use, while keeping your pots and plates out of the way.
TIP: Make a stockpile list of everything you need to store in your kitchen, from serving ware and cutlery to gadgets and small appliances, and consider how stocked you like to keep your pantry. Your kitchen design should account for storage of all you kitchen equipment and components. Doing so will make sure that you never run short of space.
TIP: Many kitchens are open to the main living space, so try to design cabinets that create a seamless transition. We have a variety of different colours to choose from to make sure that your kitchen blends in and creates a holistic feel.