By BisM1lLahbyeenergy. Kitchen. At Thursday, October 15th 2020, 18:34:53 PM.
When planning your kitchen first ask yourself what you really need. Do you like to bake and roast or do you prefer fried and boiled food? How much fridge space do you require? How many sinks do you need? Is there 1 cook in your kitchen or do you want enough space for 2 or more cooks? Do you want to have breakfast and simple meals in your kitchen or do you want to use it for cooking only?
The earth and impact on the environment is something everyone takes into account these days. Kitchens are not different - in fact, there are many things you can do to make your kitchen more eco-friendly. If you are asking about kitchen design - what is hot, what is not? Then remember that designs which aren't eco-friendly are out! Besides changing your lighting, you can think about investing in eco-friendly cabinetry like bamboo or wheat board. Both are incredibly resistant, and will give years of guilt-free good use. Leaky faucets waste one of the earth's most precious resources - water! New eco-friendly designs eliminate leaks, and save water with special water sparing designs. These are a must in any kitchen. And on this subject, when you buy kitchen appliances look for those that are energy saving.
Although the work triangle has been a useful guideline for generations, nowadays it tends to be too simplified. Today we use more than 3 appliances in the kitchen; the microwave and dishwasher have to fit into the concept as well as the blender and other gadgets. Still - the triangle remains a good starting point.