Kitchen Renovations Newcastle – Layouts.
McKee Builders Newcastle – Kitchen Renovations Newcastle have a depth of experience in Kitchen Renovations in Newcastle and will be able to advise you of suitable layouts for your renovated kitchen. There are many possible variations, of course, and there are many factors which can influence the choice of the best layout for you and your kitchen.
Types of Kitchen Layouts.
Below we list some of the more common layouts used by McKee Builders Newcastle – Kitchen Renovations Newcastle.
These kitchens are among the most desirable where space is not a limitation. These kitchens are characterized by a detached ("island") workbanch usually located towards the centre of the kitchen area. These layouts are particularly useful if access is required for more than one person to work in the kitchen at any time. Frequently the island bench will be accompanied by overhead storage either in the form of overhead cupboards and/or shelves or rails from which to hand utensils.
Inline kitchens are often recommended by McKee Builders Newcastle – Kitchen Renovations Newcastle for kitchens containing limited space. These kitchens are typically a single line of cupboards located against one of the kitchen walls.
Two Way Kitchens.
McKee Builders Newcastle – Kitchen Renovations Newcastle often suggest this layout where space is limited, but where more space is available than in the case of an inline kitchen.
As the name suggests, this is a double inline kitchen with lines of cupboards and workspaces located along opposite walls of the kitchen.
L-Shaped kitchens are another configuration often suggested by McKee Builders Newcastle – Kitchen Renovations Newcastle. These kitchens are suitable for large band small kitchen areas. A benefit of this layout is that with careful planning of the fixtures and fittings, everything required for food preparation can be designed to be close at hand.
For larger spaces and where through-access is not required, McKee Builders Newcastle – Kitchen Renovations Newcastle may suggest a U-shaped kitchen. Often a breakfast bar can be incorporated into one of the legs of the “U” shape. The breakfast bar, if included, is often located at the end of one of the legs of the “U” shape.