Simple Solutions to Luxury Kitchen Problems

Luxury kitchens should be a reflection of your taste and personality, as well as how you use the room itself. If you're a big fan of cooking, for example, you're going to want plenty of work surface space, a really good sized oven where you can fit in all your pots and pans (probably with at least 5 hobs). You'll want to arrange your cupboards to accommodate the things you use where you'll be using them so that everything makes the most logical sense possible. If you're not much of a cook you'll still be looking for convenience (or even somewhere that makes you want to learn to cook!).

So what should you include in your luxury kitchens, and how do you know whether you've got everything right or not?

Start by considering your room as it is now. What works about it and what doesn't? Which spaces get more than a little bit neglected? There are solutions to almost every kitchen based dilemma you could possibly think of, and if you're still not sure what to do, there's plenty of people who will be able to give you a bit of guidance so you end up with the perfect luxury kitchen that you've always dreamed of.

Lay out your cabinets around your appliances. You'll want a work surface near your fridge so you can easily make lunch, or take things out and still have somewhere to put them. You'll also want surfaces near your oven so you can take out pans with ease. If you choose a surface such as marble you'll be able to pull things out of the oven and put them down straight away without fear of damaging your brand new kitchen. No need to mats left right and centre cluttering that workspace!

When you'll looking at finishing touches it's all in the detail - although this will vary person to person. A really simple solution to a cluttered counter is to have an appliance garage built. This can be an extended part of your kitchen cupboards for example, with a door pulling down from the cupboard to the counter. Make sure there is a socket behind it and you'll be able to tuck your toasted and your kettle out of sight (as well as all your tea and coffee making bits and pieces. It makes everything much tidier, and means that those wires and things won't get in the way.

Pop up power sockets are another really simple solution to too many wires. On an island there isn't a wall that you can fit a socket into, and in the past thing might have meant having to have extension cables trailing around the luxury kitchen in order to use appliances at your island. Now you can keep everything neat, and even hide the plug itself when it's not in use.

There's loads of other problems which you can resolve through luxury kitchen solutions, just ask your designer and they'll be able to give you the guidance you need.