Published at Sunday, 22 December 2019. Kitchen Furniture. By Adeline Laci.
The idea of a play kitchen would appeal to any child that has begun taking an interest in their household chores. Everyone knows good food satisfies and comes from the kitchen, so it is appropriate that they would try and impress their parents with their pretend cooking skills. Kidkraft toys provide several kitchen sets that all have different styles and colors with them, such as a retro primary colored wooden one, and an all pink one for the little lady that wants her goodies to be just for her. Kidkraft kitchen sets are sturdy, and they must be if they intend to stand up against toddlers and children. There are several different kinds some are made of durable plastic, others of wood and metal, but all of them are made to combat little hands just learning their motor skills. These play kitchen sets are so detailed that you can see eye burners on the stove and chrome sinks to wash those dirty dishes. There are even places to hang little pot holders and cabinets to store dishes in when they are clean.
Maximize natural light by having windows and skylights, and keep kitchen wall surfaces light in color to reflect daylight. Custom kitchen islands work great by using pendant or recessed fixtures to direct light onto the kitchen island and other work areas. Electrical codes will likely require that electrical outlets be located on the sides of fixed kitchen islands, not on the top, to prevent electrical shock.
There are certainly many pros to having a kitchen island. The first pro we will look at is that of extra counter space. Having resided in homes where counter space was at a minimum, the kitchen island was a life saver when cooking for larger gatherings. The second pro would be extra storage space. Who does not need extra storage space in a kitchen. One kitchen owned was so small the laundry room next to the kitchen wound up being turned into a pantry as there was next to no storage in the kitchen.
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