By Zoey Patel. Kitchen Appliances. At Thursday, August 29th 2019, 07:59:54 AM.
Some homes have kitchens in which you could park an airliner. Others not so much, with some apartments’ “kitchens” being little more than a sink and some cabinets lined against one wall. Neither is inherently better; it all depends on what is desired. If someone has a large family or frequently hosts dinner parties, bigger is better. But if not, it’s just more for you to clean.
Make sure the windows in your home are tightly sealed and doors don’t have air leaks around the perimeter. The insulation in your home should also be reviewed. The attic is a prime source for heat and cold air exchange. Consider adding more insulation if you live in a home that heat or cools quickly depending on the temperature outside.
Be sure to consider how you use your kitchen and the flow and traffic patterns it creates with adjoining rooms, as well as any architectural or structural constraints. Take a look at Common Kitchen Layouts for tips and insights on space planning — the layout you choose can either enhance or limit the types and sizes of appliances that can be accommodated. And be aware that you may have to make some compromises.
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