We’re all different shapes and sizes
We all have a wishlist when we start designing a new kitchen, but it’s important to keep it real when looking at what is achievable in your space.
We often get asked to design island units for a kitchen that measures no more than 3m square. Even the greatest magician is not going to make this work; the walkways would be narrow – and potentially dangerous too, if ovens and hobs were added to the mix.
In this case a peninsular may give the extra seating or storage required, whilst keeping the kitchen area open and easy to navigate. It’s nice to have a pretty kitchen, it’s even better when that pretty kitchen works!
Some DOs and DON'Ts:
Whether you have a compact and bijou galley kitchen, or a large kitchen diner with a conservatory, Bridgford & Greene have the perfect solution