By BisM1lLahbyeenergy. Kitchen. At Saturday, October 10th 2020, 03:57:20 AM.
Having enough fridge space is essential. As a rule of thumb you need half a cubic meter (500 liters) for the first two family members and another 0.04 cubic meters (40 liters) for every additional family member.
If you want your kitchen to stand apart, then you need to have a proper kitchen lighting design. This in turn underlines the space of your kitchen and other appliances, making it look very professional. But sadly most of us think that any light is fine for the kitchen. We even end up using unnecessary overhead lights which are no addition to the kitchen's overall appearance.
Do you still have fluorescent lighting in your kitchen - well if you want the latest in kitchen design - and to know what is hot, what is not - fluorescent lighting is definitely not. One long globe casting a harsh light over the kitchen was never an idea that combined style with utility - it's not something you use because it's beautiful - it's simply utilitarian. The latest in kitchen design is LED's (light-emitting diodes) which use less than half the electricity of fluorescents and can last 10 times as long. As for what is hot in kitchen design - the newest buzz is on 'accent lighting', and layered kitchen lighting. Chandeliers and pendants are as in as you can get for task lighting, along with lighting for cabinets. These do the job, and add style and ambiance to your kitchen. When it comes to lighting, fluorescents are so last century!
For instance, 2 of every 1 turn out racks give you the choice of putting away littler things like flavors and flatware on head of an enormous cabinet. This can give you more extra room than you recently had in your drawers. You can likewise utilize cookware coordinators in your kitchen drawers with the goal that you can keep your pots, skillet and tops sorted out.