Are you renovating your Nottingham home? If you are you may want to consider installing an ergonomic kitchen. This is a kitchen that is designed with the user in mind; everything is located in a way that encourages productivity, efficiency and comfort. It isn’t very hard to find these kinds of kitchens in Nottingham. Many home owners have already installed them and according to the feedback that we get, they are very happy with the new design. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about ergonomic kitchens.
• Can I have a customized counter?
As a matter of fact you can. Traditionally, counters were created in such a way that the users had to adapt to their height rather than the other way around. Ergonomic kitchens are modeled along the needs of the user so you can make your counter as tall or as short as you like.
• Where can I find someone to do an ergonomic kitchen?
It is not hard to find interior designers and contractors to do your kitchen. All you need to do is go online and type in “kitchens Nottingham”. You will get back a whole lot of links. Look at portfolios to see what kind of work they are doing. Choose a company that is creating the kind of kitchen you have in mind.
You want to put in drawers in the bottom half of your kitchen and cabinets at the top. You should also have a drawer on each side of the sink so that when you need to get a plate or a cup you don’t have to reach over your head or bend all the way down. This allows for easy retrieval of items and the kitchen also looks roomier.
• The floor I have in my kitchen now makes my feet hurt especially if I work on it for a long time in heels. Is there an alternative for tiles?
Yes there is. Ergonomic kitchen designers will tell you that kitchen floors need to be made with some bounce so as not to tire the feet so much. Wood, rubber and cork are a good solutions. if you want to keep tiles you can line the kitchen floor with mats and rugs in the areas where you work the most such as near the sink and around the counter.