Kitchen Kit or Factory Assembled

Nowadays, assembling a kitchen is not an easy task. Indeed, this difficulty is already born at the level of the choice of the type of kitchen. You are probably wondering whether you need a ready-made kitchen in kit form or an elaborate kitchen customized according to your preferences. Fortunately, this article will give you the basics of both options.

What is the difference ?

Indeed, the kitchen often has the flaw of not fitting properly in all rooms. Therefore, before you consider getting one, make sure you take the size of your space. Then, look at the kits that best fit the space you have.

However, a lot of progress is being made in this field so that the kits have more standard shapes than before. So even if they don't fit perfectly in your kitchen, they still fit as close as possible to the dimensions of your room.

However, when it comes to custom kitchens, needless to say, you have the final say, as you are the one who orders the various pieces of furniture that will be installed in your kitchen. Thus, this solution is often the most suitable. However, ordering custom-made pieces can be more expensive than ordering a kitchen kit.

Kit or custom-made models: how much time is needed for the installation ?

Kit kitchens are usually available immediately. In fact, 99% of kitchen kits can be imported right away. The remaining 1% are made up of some custom plans, and therefore in order, built-in sinks, and some finishes. Other than that, it's all set up and available for installation.

In addition, for custom kitchens, the manufacturing time is 4 to 5 weeks. In addition to this long waiting time, there are also delays in managing paperwork and processing orders. Thus, it is easy to reach two months of minimum delay, even more for the high-end kitchen manufacturers who require a high manufacturing time.

Kit kitchens are easy to assemble and less expensive, but may not fit the dimensions of your room. However, custom kitchens are more expensive, but are tailored to you.

How to design your kitchen ?

To design your kitchen, you can't get up without a plan or a thorough analysis of your budget and the space you have available. You can, of course, call on a professional who will make a plan of execution for you. However, with just a little effort, you can do it yourself and save money. Establish Your Budget and Your Needs First of all, it is essential to determine your needs and the day-to-day usage of the space in order to correctly plan its design. Once your needs are well-defined and you have established your budget, it is time to think about the type of kitchen you want. Now you can get started. Choose Your Model The trick to getting a fully functioning kitchen is to design the space without trying to change it. To adopt the ideal interior design, you need to identify the available surface area. This will help you decide on the best layout for your room. To help you, here are some possible layouts: The I-shaped kitchen: This is also called the linear kitchen. It is easy to arran... More...

How to clean your kitchen ?

Today, having a kitchen is a very good thing, but knowing how to take care of it is even better. The longer you stay in your kitchen, the dirtier it will get. You wish to clean your kitchen, but don't really understand what you need to do it. This article summarizes just the basics in three steps. Step 1: Cabinets, Appliances and Walls Like any surface in the kitchen, the walls will eventually become coated with food grease. To remove it, just clean the tiled walls with a damp wipe soaked in surgical spirit. In addition, for a fast cleaning, it is not necessary to empty all your cupboards and thus waste time. Just soak a cloth in a mixture of water and white vinegar, then rub the doors of your closets to remove the various stains. Finally, with a small rag soaked in rubbing alcohol, simply go over your small appliances and their electrical cables (toasters, coffee machines ...). Be sure to unplug these appliances first. Step 2: Worktops, Plates and Sink At this stage again, take a clot... More...

How to choose a fitted kitchen ?

Today, the criteria for selecting a kitchen are diverse and varied and it is easy to get lost. There is a type of kitchen called a fitted kitchen that is furnished from top to bottom and ready to use. But how to choose a furnished kitchen? This article provides a brief summary of some of the things to look for. Choosing the Materials for a Fitted Kitchen The main purpose of a fitted kitchen is to be functional, but not only: the fitted kitchen is also appreciated for its aesthetics.  Pay attention to the coating to be applied to have an excellent performance. Apart from aesthetics, the material to be chosen must offer excellent value for money and stand up well to the effects of time. Here are some possible fronts: Melamine fronts which are cheap, easy to maintain and offer a wide range of aspects and colors; Laminated fronts are resistant and offer a good quality-price ratio; Wooden fronts appreciated for their warmth, authenticity and robustness; Lacquered fronts are suitable for a... More...

Some Tricks to Choosing Your Kitchen

Choosing a kitchen that suits you is not an easy thing. Obviously, there are many parameters to take into account and you may get lost in the middle of all these points to consider. Fortunately, this article will give you some tips that you can apply. Follow the guide and you won't be disappointed. The Importance of the Activity Triangle As you probably know, in the kitchen, we work with heat and coolness. This is the foundation for the creation of a kitchen. Indeed, in this triangle of activity we find the heat (plate and oven); cold (refrigerator, freezer); water (sink, dishwasher). Since we spend a lot of time navigating between these three functions, the distance between all these workstations should be as equal as possible and, above all, as short as possible to limit travel. Ideally, the dishwasher should be located close to the sink (this is also easier for water and drain connections). However, it is better to avoid placing the oven too close to the fridge. To avoid damage to... More...