Use these 4 smart tips to design the kitchen of your dreams.
23 May 2018
Text by Disa Tan
If you’re planning the kitchen for your new home or plotting the POA to renovate your existing one, these four smart and savvy tips will help you create a powerful and efficient kitchen.
Step 1: Keep it modular
If you’re looking for convenience, precision and flexibility when renovating a kitchen, you might want to consider going modular. Basically, you pick the pre-fabricated components you want and arrange them to fit into your kitchen space. The MOD 1 system by Alustil comes with a slew of features to choose from, including organisational drawers, pull-out baskets and lift-up systems for easy access to higher cabinets, all packaged in a sleek aluminium carcase.
MOD 1 kitchen, available at Alustil, www.alustil.com.sg
Step 2: See potential in walls
Utilise your kitchen’s vertical space to minimise clutter on the countertop. Hooks, hangers and shelves drilled into the walls can present a handy spot to store things like pots, pans and utensils. Go a step further with a storage solution like this aluminium strip that’s designed to incorporate all your wall accessories in one. The Ribbon by Cafim can also be illuminated with LED lights for a sleek style statement.
Ribbon by Cafim, available at The Ewins Home, www.ewins-group.com
Step 3: Use those corners
All L-shaped cabinets have a corner unit that’s hard to reach into, which typically means that it becomes a wasted space. Get more out of your corner storage with systems like the Magic Corner, which is mounted on the cabinet door using a clip-on system. Every time you open the door, a pull-out frame gives you easy access to things.
Magic Corner, available at Häfele, www.hafele.com.sg
Step 4: Organise that pantry
Keep track of all your stored items with a storage tower. It not only maximises storage space with its full-height and customisable dimensions and generous capacity, it provides a good view of everything with its fully extendable drawers.
Space Tower, available at Blum, www.blum.com/sg
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