Whether your kitchen is large and open plan, or a narrow galley kitchen, using kitchen cabinets and furniture that provide flexible design options is a must. Flexible furniture can allow your kitchen structure and layout to be more useful, practical and effective for all kinds of day to day, and occasional scenarios. So what types of flexible furniture can you choose for your kitchen? And what are the advantages of flexible kitchen furniture? Well, here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading kitchen design specialists. And this is our guide to the different options for flexible kitchen furniture.
What is flexible kitchen furniture?
Flexible kitchen furniture is furniture that can be changed or altered to be useful in your kitchen. This could include:
- Fold out worktops- additional worktop space is always useful. Fold out worktops are a small board that can be slid out from underneath the worktop counter, or folded out, to increase the space available.
- Extendable breakfast bars- if you have more people than seats, an extendable breakfast bar can be a great addition. Similar to a traditional extending family table, an extendable breakfast bar can be slid out from underneath the kitchen island or work-surface, to make space for more people.
What are the advantages of flexible kitchen furniture?
There are many benefits to choosing flexible kitchen furniture, and these include:
- Adapting your kitchen to your needs in a range of situations- a kitchen that is adaptable is more likely to suit your needs in the long term, as different situations occur. And this means that you might not need to install a new kitchen, every time circumstances change, as your kitchen can adapt and change along with your requirements.
- Adding practical, thoughtful kitchen options that work with the space available- flexible kitchen furniture is extremely practical and can make use of space effectively.
For more information or advice, get in touch with the professionals today, here at Homematas.