- Do you have appropriate landing space next to or adjacent to appliances?
- Is there sufficient counter space for you to spread out and work?
- Do appliances doors interfere with walk ways or other appliances?
- Do you have sufficient storage?
- Does the traffic flow work for you and your family?
- Are walkways wide enough?
- How do you cook? Do you bake?
- Where do you do prep work? Who does the prep work?
- Is a second sink for prep needed?
- How do you clean?
- How do you shop?
- Who uses the kitchen? 1 or more cooks?
- What type of appliances are you considering?
- Do use the kitchen for other activities?
- Do you need seating in the kitchen?
- Do you need a family friendly space?
- Do you entertain? formal or casual?
- How many small appliances do you have and where do you storage them now?
- Do you have enough pantry storage?
- What do you like about the existing space?
- What do you want to change?
- What style and materials are you considering?
- Do you have any pictures of things you like?
Thursday, April 7, 2011
Want a Better Working Kitchen?
When I start a project with a client I gather a great deal information. This makes guiding the client though the design process move smoothly. I have found over the years that a check list or survey really helps both the client and myself, decide what the scope of the project should be. Then once we have a direction I can guide the client to the next stage of the process. Here is a check list I ask clients starting a kitchen project.
Posted by Angie Keyes CKD at 11:01 AM