The kitchen idea book by Joanne Kellar Bouknight

By Joanne Kellar Bouknight

Provides approximately 500 pictures of kitchen interiors, besides suggestion in making plans a kitchen.

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Wide aisle, but if a second cook pitches in, it’ll be hard to keep from bumping hips in such a narrow space. For an active kitchen, make aisles 42 in. wide—even better 48 in. wide—especially if complicated meals are your forte. This extra width allows drawers, dishwasher, and refrigerator to be opened with ease, and offers passing room for two cooks. Add even more space if one side of the aisle backs up to a seating area. Spectators and other noncooks often want to get to the fridge and sometimes to the microwave, so place those two appliances at the edges of the kitchen’s heavy-duty workspace, not in the center.

How about when washing up? You may have to choose one task over another to command the sight line. And have you considered where to locate a warm-weather outdoor eating space so that it’s convenient to the kitchen? A screened porch will be in constant use if it’s easy to access from the kitchen. If the porch abuts the kitchen, make the porch ceiling high and the shared windows tall to allow more light into the kitchen. You can add skylights to a screened porch for even more light. The approach to the porch should not be straight through the hardworking part of the kitchen.

In the window niche is a large dining table that seats up to 16 on both an L-shaped banquette and chairs. below A view over the city demands a dining bar like this one. Flanking mahogany cabinets provide storage for linens and dishware, and shallow drawers under the countertop hold flatware. m o r e a b o u t . . The dining room: is it a di nosaur? y ou may never miss having a formal dining room if there’s room in the kitchen for a standard dining table and enough chairs for family and guests.

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