Your home should be the most relaxing and comfortable place that’s tailored to your tastes, and that functions in the most efficient way for your life! One of the most commonly used rooms in any home is the kitchen, but most people don’t know that they can design their kitchen in a myriad of different ways in order to get the best flow for their life. Discover how you can make a few simple changes, so your kitchen works for your lifestyle with help from Leicht! See all of the possibilities for kitchen works and luxury kitchen cabinets when you visit Leicht today.
Low-Effort Kitchen Space
All kitchens are usually designed in a very uniform, standard way because they have certain elements that are necessities. Your appliances all need their own space, and any utensils or cookware that gets used needs to have storage. However, if your kitchen space is not as efficient as it could be to help make your life easier, there are a number of changes that you can make to get the most out of your kitchen space! These types of kitchens are known as low-effort spaces. Low-effort kitchen layouts are most commonly seen in the homes of working professionals, and they are customized to fit the needs of a more hectic schedule. Aesthetically, these kitchens often follow the modern or minimalistic design model because these design styles rely heavily on an efficient design that can resemble a variety of furniture, not just kitchenware.
To install a low-effort kitchen space, consider starting with a redesign of your cabinets. This can also include a redesign of your appliances because they are often integrated into the kitchen cabinet design. This is achieved by installing a refrigerator, oven, stove top, and even microwave in the same counter materials as the rest of your kitchen. You can now hide your appliances and disguises them as more cabinets to give your full kitchen a cohesive appearance. This also allows for the cooking equipment and utensils you use on a regular basis to have a more prominent place on your shelving, which helps you be more efficient in the kitchen.
Storage is incredibly important in this kind of kitchen because ideally no extra decor or cookware is visible except for the equipment that is used frequently. Low-effort kitchens also serve as very functional rooms for more than just cooking. Installing seating throughout the room can give you and your guests the freedom to relax in the kitchen without feeling like you’re in a designated cooking room, and you can also utilize the space as an additional working area. Preferably, your floor plan should resemble an open floor layout, with an easy flow that allows for increased mobility throughout the room.
After you have updated your cabinets and appliances, it’s time to consider what activities you most commonly perform in your kitchen. Low-effort spaces are commonly installed in the homes of busy professionals, so consider how much time per week you spend using your appliances to make a meal. If you don’t often utilize the full potential of your kitchen, your time may be better spent acquiring tools that will make your meal prep schedule more efficient.
If you do not cook often, but still like to have home-prepared meals during the week, a high powered blender may be a great addition to your kitchen tools, because it will allow you to make a variety of meal options for breakfast and lunch. Investing in expensive Tupperware for all of your prepped meals is also a great way to make your kitchen work for you. Low-effort kitchens often utilize a larger refrigerator so that more food can be stored for people who like to prepare their weekly meals ahead of time.
Find out more about how to design a low-effort kitchen space when you contact Leicht today or visit a kitchen showroom to experience how your kitchen works for you!