In this article, MYL IDEA, for which we thank you for answering our questions, helps us develop a modern kitchen.
Where to start from?
When you need to develop a kitchen, the first aspect to be considered is the space available and therefore the space the kitchen will occupy. It may seem like a trivial factor, but it is not, for it is not infrequently a tendency to underestimate it. In most cases, the space you can count on is limited, which means that there are very specific limitations that need to be considered. So what is needed is an approach that must be in the forefront functional and practical. It is a question of asking some questions, to understand whether the kitchen will have a peninsula or not, whether it will be of the angular type and therefore arranged on two walls, or whether it will be linear and therefore only arranged on one wall. It is also worth understanding if there is an opportunity to resort to island kitchen.
The linear kitchen
In short, it is necessary to understand in depth the characteristics of the room. The linear kitchen represents e.g. the most common solution, a little for the specific design of the houses, a little to facilitate the administration. It is actually easier to be able to adapt the appearance of a linear kitchen to the aesthetics of the house in general. Be careful though, because behind a seeming simplicity there are still pitfalls that need to be taken very carefully as the spaces need to be respected with care and every detail must contribute to maximum functionality.
The other kitchens
Alternatively, you can focus on a corner kitchen, which is characterized by a decidedly modern cut. It is generally used when there are enough large spaces available, and allows you to take advantage of very comfortable work surfaces and support surfaces. However, it is advisable to study the correct position of hobs and the sink. Depending on the angle, it is also necessary to understand whether grooved or traditional handles are preferable. The island kitchen, on the other hand, has a separate part from the main body. In general, it integrates the hob or sink, which is accompanied by a countertop or countertop. In the case of a peninsula kitchen, on the other hand, there is no detachment as the peninsula is part of the main body. So what changes between a peninsula and a corner kitchen? In the first case, there is no wall limiting the kitchen, which instead protrudes like a peninsula does.
When the kitchen is a kitchenette
In smaller homes, rather than a kitchen, we have to talk about a kitchenette, given the limited space. Even in this case, however, a way must be found to guarantee the most complete functionality. After all, the kitchenette is nothing more than a small reinterpretation of a corner kitchen or a linear kitchen. In the latter case we are dealing with two linear walls, one in front of the other; however, it is important to dedicate the right attention to space, which must be calibrated correctly to make the environment more manageable. With a corner kitchen, however, the space is larger; however, the choice must also be made taking into account structural elements (ie windows and doors). In any case, the characteristics of a kitchenette are identical to a complete kitchen; that’s why you should do careful evaluations on the choice of materials. The kitchenette can also continue in the living room, but care must be taken not to compromise on the balance in the rooms.
MYL IDEA kitchens
MY IDEA is the brand you can trust when choosing quality kitchens from Turin. Design is the starting point for the work done by this company, which places great emphasis on the choice of materials and decor for the kitchen. Be it one island, corner or open kitchen, the result is always perfect. Everyday life is more comfortable and more fun if you can cook in an environment designed by MYL IDEA.