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Blum's DYNAMIC SPACE

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Blum's DYNAMIC SPACE

At Select Interiors we strive to achieve your ideal space, making work in the kitchen much easier by:

  • Planning for enough storage space.
  • Planning in 5 kitchen zones: Consumables, Non-consumables, Cleaning, Preparation and Cooking.
  • Avoiding fixed shelves in base units.
  • Selecting full extensions with an inner dividing system.
  • Selecting fittings that function perfectly for an excellent quality of motion.

DYNAMIC SPACE
Times change - so do kitchen standards

Everyone nowadays wants a kitchen that looks good and one that is equipped with high quality appliances. Fortunately today's kitchens can provide so much more than that. The modern kitchen can be customized to individual needs and lifestyles. The result: Optimal room utilization and quality of motion. Experience has shown that most people keep a kitchen for approx. 20 years. That's why it pays to carefully consider your needs and wants before entering into the buying process. After all, the kitchen is also the room that we frequent most often. It should be looked upon as a fun place, a place where we want to be. And this is exactly what Blum's DYNAMIC SPACE sets out to achieve.

You may have nothing against shelves in bottom cabinets - but your back sure does. The use of shelves in Base cabinets is poor in ergonomic terms: It makes it very difficult for you to find items since you don't have an overview of the entire cabinet contents. Quite often you will find that you have to bend or stretch to locate items you are looking for. It is not uncommon to find yourself having to remove some of the contents at the front in order to get to the items at the back.

The better alternative
Shouldn't the work area make the kitchen

  • easier to work in and not cause so much stress on the body?
  • shouldn't it shorten paths thus freeing up more time for more relaxing leisure activities that are kinder on the joints?

Ergonomically recommended storage levels for various items

In general, frequently used items should be stored in easy-to-reach pull-outs near work areas as well as on the first level in the wall units area.

Items used less often can be stored above and below this area. Rarely-used items end up on the top level of wall units and at the bottom level of base units. This saves time during daily kitchen work.

This gains you comfort and time

Drawers and pull-outs enable you to see what you want easily and get your hands on it quickly and in comfort. It makes cooking fun.

For more information, visit: www.dynamicspace.com.