What makes a kitchen with good ergonomics and what should be taken into account when designing a kitchen? In our Blog Posts, we tell you how every fitted kitchen can be planned ergonomically and furnished functionally.
A kitchen has to prove itself over many years in everyday use. As a long-term investment it should therefore not only be beautiful, but also ergonomic and practical. To ensure that comfort kitchen planning should always be based on the needs and habits of the kitchen user!
Only an individually planned kitchen that combines ergonomics, functionality and design, will give you lasting comfort. Therefore, when planning your kitchen,
make sure that the different kitchen areas are built in a
proper way and that the sink and electrical appliances are installed at an ergonomic working height. This is of crucial importance for your body posture and makes working in the kitchen much easier. In particular, if movement restrictions already exist, a kitchen that is suitable for the body posture should be aimed. As is well known, the devil is in the detail: Therefore, for proper ergonomics
, the equipment of the kitchen cabinets and countertops should also be considered. Many planning details such as wall units with flaps or base units with full pull-outs are highly recommended from an ergonomic and practical point of view. High-quality interior fittings, intelligent fittings and accessories significantly increase the ease of use. The optimum use of available storage space also contributes to simplifying
You can easily call us to find useful information on the ergonomic kitchen as well as the smart planning tips and be inspired by numerous ideas for functional kitchen interior design.