How to Redesigning Your Kitchen , Good kitchen design starts early, whilst early as locating the space within the house. If you're fortunate enough to manage to determine which direction your kitchen will face, consider orienting it toward the east or southeast, where morning sun will fill it with light. Unfortunately, in rehab, choosing the southeast orientation is not at all times possible, although we think it's worth spending so much time to achieve.
If this simply can't be achieved, orienting your kitchen to the south or southwest is an excellent choice. If you go this route, provide some means of shading the space from the hot summer sun, such as for instance deciduous trees or shrubs, awnings or overhangs above windows as well as with good window blinds.
Once you obtain your kitchen oriented, there are several basic design principles that will allow you to with the layout.
A house is not an island; it takes frequent connection with the outside world, a lot of that will be accomplished by car. An attached garage closely adjoining your kitchen or even a back door opening on the driveway can reduce steadily the burden of carrying groceries in and the trash out.
A mud room can reduce kitchen traffic by acting as a staging area for trips into and from the house. It provides a buffer from cold air, space for storage for coats, hats and boots and even pantry shelves for items you won't be using immediately. Taking all this activity from the kitchen provides more room for cooking and eating, which are, all things considered, a kitchen's main events.