From the first kitchens that humans invented used to heat food, passing through the large stoves in Victorian houses and all the way to the modern and minimalist kitchens that we know today, this space of the home has gone through many changes, each one making it more functional and comfortable.
As a result of this evolution, what we know as the fitted kitchen was born. These types of kitchens are designed to include all the tools and appliances required in one place in order to make cooking more efficient.
Including all the furniture and appliances in the same space has the objective of keeping the room organized and by integrating the common elements of the kitchen, such as the oven, cooktop and extraction hood all in the same place and even in some cases in the same piece of furniture designers and architects are able to save space in the kitchen.
In some fitted kitchen designs, appliances are placed in strategic parts of the room and combined with the placement of cabinets it allows the kitchen to keep clean and with utensils at hand.
The key to a well fitted kitchen lies in the arrangement of the furniture, it is important to place them based on the work triangle and keeping in mind the movements that are usually made when cooking.
This type of kitchen is the most frequently seen in modern houses, as this design adapts perfectly to our modern lifestyle, which is becoming faster and faster and by concentrating the furniture and appliances in one place people lose less time moving around the room.
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