Dealing with corners are a part of Kitchen Design. Check out this blog to get inspired to specify them creatively.
Category: The Science of Kitchen Design
Often the backsplash is not a space Kitchen Designers think of when it comes to storage. Check out this blog to see how we may need to change that!
There has been a lot of talk in the industry lately about the “Closed-Off” Kitchen. I went into the archives to see how I was handling this type of design. Read on to see a closed-off Kitchen space I designed 4 ways.
Discussing “aging-in-place” with your client can sometimes be an awkward conversation. Use these inspiring solutions to get the conversation started!
Kitchen Designers need to talk trash when planning a Functional Kitchen. Read on to find solutions to manage waste in your client’s kitchen.
Most contemporary Kitchens are in light filled open concept spaces. The trade off is that traditional upper cabinet storage is often lost in these designs. Read on to see how creative Kitchen Designers can solve that storage problem!
The Serving Zone is the 4th zone in the 5 essential zones in the Food Floor Theory. This zone has a lot of flexibility for placement in the kitchen. Read on to get inspired for placing it in the best location for your client.
The Cooking Zone is the heart of the kitchen and needs to be planned to optimize function but still be a focal point in the space. Read on to get inspired to develop fantastic Cooking Zones for you clients.
The Prep Zone is the most used area in a client’s kitchen. Knowing how to plan it into your layouts is an important Kitchen Designer skill. Check out everything you need to know about the Prep Zone in this blog.
The Food Flow Theory is one that every Kitchen Designer needs to know. In this 5 part series we will do a deep dive into each of the essential zones. We will start with the Food Storage Zone.