Straight-lined Kitchen Design: Pros and Cons
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Thinking of getting your kitchen renovated and you want it to be designed along a single wall? Then you might want the Straight-line Kitchen design. Here are its advantages and disadvantages for having them in your home.
• This layout can work well in one big open-plan room (kitchen/meals/living) and is a good space-saving option for small homes/apartments.
• Everything (appliances, utensils, ingredients) is within easy reach.
• Makes for a convenient, accessible and efficient layout when the sink sits between the fridge and stove/oven/range hood.
• The kitchen’s size depends on the wall space available (ideally you have one long wall) and can result in less bench space.
• This is not an entertaining kitchen (while preparing and cooking meals your back is to guests).
• The kitchen can appear cluttered – think one long line that switches between housing cabinetry and appliances. To avoid this, consider integrating appliances (concealing them behind cabinetry, which comes at an extra cost) such as your fridge, dishwasher, and range hood.
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