Food-related television shows are some of the most popular shows in America today. TV buffs can learn a lot by watching professional chefs hustle and bustle through the kitchen, whipping up culinary delights out of random ingredients. The good news is that you don’t have to be a professional chef to cook like one at home. A well-designed chef’s kitchen with strategic storage, professional-grade appliances, and functionality is the key. Here are some tips and possibilities to keep in mind when designing your chef-worthy kitchen remodel.
Kitchen Size Doesn’t Matter
Even a compact kitchen can have what it takes to create a culinary masterpiece. Most people like a big kitchen with a lot of space, but if you’re crunched for space, a small kitchen can be designed and organized to fit within the parameters of a professional kitchen.
Kitchen Countertop Considerations
Countertop space is an absolute must for preparing large meals or practicing your professional cooking abilities. You can also place a cutting board over the sink or install a mobile kitchen island for additional counter space. If you’re not sure which countertop choice is best for your space, check out a few pros and cons for popular countertop choices.
Kitchen Sink Space
Extra sink space is always nice when you’re trying new recipes or using very large bowls, pots, and pans. The additional space allows you to more easily put things out of the way when you’re busy.