According to 2018 HOUZZ KITCHEN TRENDS STUDY – AUSTRALIA, we got latest consumer preference trends of Australia area in Kitchen industry. Findings are based on 3,465 AU homeowners on Houzz about their recent or planned kitchen renovation projects.
What Major Changes They Make in Kitchens? The report shows that over half of consumers would like to choose L-shaped (27%) and U-shaped (27%) kitchen layout when they create a new kitchen.
L-shaped kitchens can be very flexible, particularly regarding the position of the sink, range and any tall units. As the main prep space in a kitchen is typically between the sink and range, the benefit of separating these is that it makes this countertop area as generous as possible. This arrangement also creates a distinction between your kitchen’s cook zone (with the range) and wash zone (with the sink), which facilitates efficient use of the space.
An U-shaped kitchen ticks all the boxes when it comes to functionality and design. It can utilise the ‘golden triangle’ where the fridge, sink and oven/stovetop are all easy to reach, making cooking, prep and cleaning a breeze. Another bonus is that the layout provides maximum storage in a tight space – perfect for a busy family kitchen or a small city apartment. Take a look below and see if a U-shaped kitchen could be perfect for your home.
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An island plays an important role in kitchen area. An island can be your advantage while it is treated as a breakfast table or drinking area. Seating on that other side of your island, earn a great opportunity to communicate with family members in cooking.
If you don’t require seating on that other side of your island, it’s a great opportunity to make the island serve purposes. It’s incorporating additional display space, extra storage or even strategically separating — or connecting — other spaces.
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