Planning

Planning realistically for the future

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The girl in the room was moving awkwardly and having trouble sorting out the change from her purse. Earlier she’d been unable to distinguish a bunch of coloured paper clips when the tones were too similar. Her movement around the kitchen were labored…

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Let it flow!

Keep tableware together

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You can easily shorten distances in your kitchen by planning according to typical kitchen tasks. This produces work areas called zones. As a result, you can keep everything exactly where you need it.

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Can you fit everything into your kitchen?

Sink pull-out with Orga-line dividers

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It would be really inconvenient and annoying if you didn’t have enough storage space in your new kitchen. These tricks will coax valuable storage space out of your kitchen – in places you wouldn’t expect! A great storage space idea under the sink…

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Keeping up with the Joneses

Suffolk kitchen from Neptune

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We all like to show off a bit, whether it’s because we’ve splashed out on the latest gadget or simply because our little one’s football team has won the premiership, but did you know that it’s this rivalry that is helping to keep kitchen manufacturers in business?

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Creating your kitchen space…

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Imagine that you are putting everything away in your new kitchen and you suddenly realise that not everything will fit! The amount of space required can vary greatly. That’s why it is so important to think about what actually needs to be stored during the planning phase…

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Is your kitchen practical?

Simple kitchen workflow

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The best way to test how practical a kitchen is and how well the ‘workflows’ function is by using examples from everyday kitchen life. Imagine that you are preparing breakfast in the morning. You need cornflakes from the larder unit, a cereal bowl, a coffee mug…

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