The question “What makes a great kitchen?” is one which you will receive answers to from cabinet makers, kitchen designers, and we dare say, homeowners who have been fortunate enough to have kitchen renovations that have proved to be near perfect. What those answers are will differ in as many ways as there are different kitchens.
However, if you were to bring together all the answers, you will soon notice that there are some answers which appear a lot more than others. But wait, you do not have to go through that process, as we have already done so for you. So, if want to discover the design elements that all great kitchens have, read on and you will see the seven top answers.
Design Element #1 – Uncluttered Workspace
One of the worst traits that a kitchen can have, both practically and aesthetically, is to be cluttered. Not only does this make working in the kitchen more difficult, the appearance of a cluttered kitchen inspires no one who enters it, especially those who might have been thinking about cooking a scrumptious meal, but then decide not to bother due to cluttered workspaces. In all discussions about your new kitchen’s design ensure that clutter is eliminated.