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New Kitchen Plan

Posted by mgol (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 26, 13 at 22:36

I have a kitchen that I am gutting that is 10.9 x 20. I am trying to figure out the best floor plan for this. I think it is essentially too narrow for an island but too wide for comfort?
I have the possibility of opening up one wall to a hallway that would connect directly to the dining room-that would give us 3 feet of additional width but I am trying to decide if it is worth it. We would need to put in an additional beam. Also, I cook and entertain frequently and need double ovens and a substantial place to serve buffet style! Is it possible??


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RE: New Kitchen Plan

I strongly recommend that you check out the FAQs I've linked below. They will help you identify your needs, wants, etc. They also discuss how to ask for layout help, including what information we need.

FAQ: New To Kitchens? Read Me First!

FAQ: How do I ask for Layout Help and what information should I include?

Here is a link that might be useful: FAQs for the Kitchen's Forum


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