PRACTICAL TIPS TO GET THE KITCHEN YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
- Easily opening doors that don’t block others when open.
- Position the hob away from the lateral wall so as to avoid burns and stains, making it easier to clean the working area.
- We recommend you to position the oven out of reach of children.
- We recommend leaving a distance of 50 cm between a gas heater and the hob.
- Try to position the dishwasher near the sink. This will make it easier to load and will minimise water splashes on the floor.
- It is useful to fit a drawer next to the hob to always keep utensils to hand.
- To avoid shadows and reflections in the working area, ensure adequate lighting over the worktop fitted in high cupboards.
- It is useful to position another source of zenith lighting over the dining table.
- LINEAR KITCHEN The ideal solution for narrow kitchens. Organise your kitchen to make the most of spaces and ensure ease of use at all times.
- KITCHEN WITH ISLAND An alternative that positions a working island in the preparation area, with the remaining working areas distributed around it either in a line or in an “L” shape.
- “L” SHAPED KITCHEN This represents the most traditional lay-out, which brings together the working area and frees up the rest of the kitchen.
- PARALLEL KITCHEN A lay-out that maximises the use of space, separating the washing and cooking area from the food preparation area.
- “U” SHAPED KITCHEN This allows for mobility in a small space, ensuring that everything is at arm’s reach.