How To Allocate The Table Size Of Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets?

Update:12-06-2020
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The following is the design plan of the table size of S […]

The following is the design plan of the table size of Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets :

 

1. In the vegetable washing area, we recommend installing a 600mm single-sink vegetable washing basin for sufficient use (800 or 900 double basins are not very efficient and waste space). The single basin can save the table space to the maximum extent.

 

2. The vegetable cutting area should be as large as possible. The vegetable cutting area should be greater than or equal to 500mm. The larger the space, the better. If the vegetable cutting area + vegetable preparation area ≥750mm, it will not feel cramped.

 

3. There should be enough space on both sides of the stove to select the vegetable area and cooked area ≥ 450mm, which is more convenient to use. To cook good dishes, there needs to be a space to hold dishes, and a space to temporarily put pots and pans, so the stove should not be designed at the edge, and there should be enough space around it to make it convenient to use.

 

4. There is plenty of space in the small home appliance area reserved on the countertop, and a whole small home appliance area should be reserved for the three major appliances that are frequently used in life: kettles, rice cookers, and kettles. Small household appliances area ≥700mm, if the space is limited, this area can coincide with the preparation area or cooked area.

 

Actually, it is not necessary to make all the cabinets into upper and lower wall cabinets. You can design a tall cabinet with a width of 60 cm to store ovens, microwave ovens, and small appliances. It is very practical to use.

 

Countertop size summary: vegetable sink: minimum 600mm cutting area: minimum 500mm preparation area: minimum 450mm cooktop: 800mm cooked area: minimum 450mm small appliance area: 700mm (can be overlapped with preparation area or cooked area)