Checklist - My space
- How much space do you have for your kitchen?
- Which particular structural aspects need to be considered in the room?
- Are you looking for an open or an enclosed kitchen?
- Which kitchen shape do you prefer?
Tips from TV-interior designer Eva Brenner - First designs
With precision planning to intelligent realisation
A detailed floor plan is the basis for planning your kitchen. It Work paths need to be planned well so that people don't get in
should also show the exact positions of doors, windows, each other's way in the kitchen. The three zones used for
connections, power sockets, radiators etc. It is also important refrigerating / storing food, cooking and dishwashing should
to document all structural specifics and requirements. not be much more than two arm lengths apart and still provide
enough space for several cooks. Important utensils are best kept
near the hob, food close to the area in which it is prepared.
Attractive and intelligent room layout with a kitchen island as the Nolte Küchen opens up new perspectives for you: perfect work
centre - open and communicative. flows from a U-shape kitchen layout with generous work surfaces.
Small kitchens or kitchenettes are turned into something special With Nolte Küchen you can create spacious eat-in kitchens
too. that extend an invitation to live in.