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Small kitchens with plans

Small kitchens with plans

The distribution of the kitchen is conditioned by the working triangle: an imaginary line that determines the most comfortable distance between the sink, the cooking front and the refrigerator. But, in addition, you must take into account the architectural features of the room. It is best to make a scheme of the possible location of furniture and appliances on a flat to scale which accurately contain the following elements: pillars and columns that conceal downspouts, the low walls and any entree that has the wall; the switches and sockets existing as well as the ventilation grill and light meters and the gas; the water connections and the door and the windows.

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With 6 m2 and elongated floor, the furniture was distributed in an L-shape: the shortest front and away from the access door was reserved to install the hob, near the window; and in the longer one the refrigerator and the sink with the dishwasher were placed. The wall that was free to the right of the entrance was used to locate a dining area, consisting of a breakfast bar and a couple of stools. This distribution can be installed in any kitchen, except in those with more than two doors, or in those that are less than 1.50 m wide. Kitchen designed by Teresa Mencos.

6 m²: L-shaped kitchen.

With 6 m2 and elongated floor, the furniture was distributed in an L-shape: the shortest front and away from the access door was reserved to install the hob, near the window; and in the longer one the refrigerator and the sink with the dishwasher were placed. The wall that was free to the right of the entrance was used to locate a dining area, consisting of a breakfast bar and a couple of stools. This distribution can be installed in any kitchen, except in those with more than two doors, or in those that are less than 1.50 m wide. Kitchen designed by Teresa Mencos.

4.40 m²: Kitchen with passport.

In this kitchen of 4.40 m2, the presence of the entrance door on the longest front determined the distribution of furniture and appliances along two walls. The impossibility of locating an office was resolved with a passport window that connects the kitchen with the dining area of ​​the living room. In addition, to gain a sense of spaciousness, said door was replaced by a slide, and the refrigerator was placed in a wall recess. Kitchen designed by Cristina Larrañaga. Appliances and furniture, for sale in Jota Cocinas.

4.40 m²: Kitchen with passport.

In this kitchen of 4.40 m2, the presence of the entrance door on the longest front determined the distribution of furniture and appliances along two walls. The impossibility of locating an office was resolved with a passport window that connects the kitchen with the dining area of ​​the living room. In addition, to gain a sense of spaciousness, said door was replaced by a slide, and the refrigerator was placed in a wall recess. Kitchen designed by Cristina Larrañaga. Appliances and furniture, for sale in Jota Cocinas.

7.35 m²: Kitchen on two fronts.

The wide and long surface of this kitchen - 7.35 m2 - allowed to place the furniture in two parallel rows. To create a useful working triangle, the sink and the hob were installed on the same front, and the refrigerator on the opposite. Next to it, a pantry and a broom were located. The brightest area of ​​the kitchen was reserved to create a daily dining room.

7.35 m²: Kitchen on two fronts.

The wide and long surface of this kitchen - 7.35 m2 - allowed to place the furniture in two parallel rows. To create a useful working triangle, the sink and the hob were installed on the same front, and the refrigerator on the opposite. Next to it, a pantry and a broom were located. The brightest area of ​​the kitchen was reserved to create a daily dining room.

11 m²: Kitchen with peninsula.

With 11 m2, in this kitchen two perfectly differentiated zones were created: one of work in U, and another of dining room. The setback of the wall, next to the entrance, was used to place a pair of pantry cabinets. Next, the refrigerator was located, and next to it, an L-shaped countertop that combines the sink and the hob with high and low cabinets. Closing the L, the countertop extended forming a peninsula, which serves as an extra surface to prepare food and separates this area from the office.

11 m²: Kitchen with peninsula.

With 11 m2, in this kitchen two perfectly differentiated zones were created: one of work in U, and another of dining room. The setback of the wall, next to the entrance, was used to place a pair of pantry cabinets. Next, the refrigerator was located, and next to it, an L-shaped countertop that combines the sink and the hob with high and low cabinets. Closing the L, the countertop extended forming a peninsula, which serves as an extra surface to prepare food and separates this area from the office.