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^ most of the cooking will be done in the DIRTY kitchen.
let's not make fun of her kitchen. she probably had that made under tight budget.. and lack of research on her part.
let's just focus on the positive. and that is she made that as a gift to her mother.
walang blema, kung pangit sa tingin nyo ok lang
natuwa naman si mama diyan kahit papano
'he' po ako
i don't think it's ugly. at first glance di ko nakita yung cabinets sa itaas. i think, mas maganda kung pa paint mo na kakulay ng cabinets below yung nasa itaas. kung makakapag add ka din siguro ng ilaw just below the hanging cabinets, yung maliit lang (para may glow underneath), lalu na kapag gabi tsaka since walang windows for light to pass through.
range hood ba yung nakikita ko in between the cabinets sa dulo?
^ Yes, it is. Range Hood/ Exchaust without the Cooking Range to use it with.
^thanks. sayang di magagamit.
Rather than 2 kitchens, that area for the dirty kitchen can be replaced by maximizing the kitchen or dinner. Even the living room can be moved to have provisions for an entertainment room or a library. Or disregarding the replacement in the house interior, garden, lawn or backyard can be maximized.
there are plenty of reasons why people opt for a 'clean kitchen'. this is how it is here in teh philippines. and who am i to question it?
also many times a dirty kitchen itself would also cost in the hundred thusands, if one opts to go full stainless.
Correct me if I'm wrong: Most people who can afford to have a very nice kitchen would probably not use it; those who would use a kitchen probably do not know what a nice kitchen would look like and cannot afford it anyway; those who use it and afford to have it would build it differently if they could. The one pictured here, imho or guess, is both ill-planned and not be used, and probably has become a walk-in storage room and pedestals.
^ yah. pretty much, sir.
however, those who can afford to get a nice kitchen, will usually ALSO have a dirty kitchen that's made of 100% aluminum. (think smaller scale restaurant kitchen).. and that can easily rack up half a million depending on size.
Thanks, i am getting a lot of pointers. Big help.
I actually went scouting last weekend for modular kitchens and admittedly, they are way beyond my budget. I am planning to have my kitchen built on a tight budget of 40-50K. I hope this would include the racks inside teh cabinets and the lightings. I hope it would lower.
I am thinking of assembling my own kitchen. It would be an L-shaped kitchen. Flow will be storage - preparation - washing - cooking. Countertop will be 7-8 feet on the longer side and 4 feet on the shorter side. To be cheaper, I am contemplating of just using marine plywood instead of the melamine (?) wood the modular kitchen is using. Countertop would be granite. I wouldnt mind a painted finish instead of laminate. And I prefer frosted glass on the overhead cabinets. I might be wishful thinking here, maybe beyond my budget.
Sana somebody can recommend a good kitchen carpenter.
aside from the budget of course,there are major things to keep in mind and consider when building a kitchen such as :
1. layout plan - work/traffic low; cabinets,storage, and counters will depend on size/shape of area; electrical layout; lighting; etc.
2.concept, color scheme
3. regular day-to-day activites that will be done in the area; number of users/occupants
3. building materials, major appliances
5. when everything is done have a cooking/baking session
and invite me!
I went to Soler myself and bought the racks and door handles for the cabinets. Manong Carpenter of Bacoor Cavite, also did the closets in the bedrooms (we just guided him on what we wanted to happen). It's small 'cos the real action is always in the dirty kitchen.
Last edited by rendaku; Jul 10, 2008 at 06:15 PM.
on the sink? it's alright. it's not bright. pero that 1 9w pinlight right on top of the ceiling is enough na.