U-shaped Kitchen Design and Custom Cabinet in Japanese Style
● Measure Kitchen Dimensions: Draw a rough outline of your kitchen, record the overall size of each wall, label walls, pillars, windows and doors.
● Locate the positions of electrical socket and switch, water output shut off valves for attention.
● Identify and measure unmovable obstructions for designer’s attention.
● Take photographs by mobile phone of the whole kitchen area and the details for designer’s attention.
● Inspired kitchen design ideas between home owner and designer to confirm the kitchen style and some other details.
|Cost Estimate:||Please send an inquiry to ask for quotation!|
|MOQ:||1 Set or 1 kitchen project|
|Production Capacity:||8,000 Sets per Month|
|Port:||Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Foshan|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, D/P, D/A.|
|Custom Kitchen Cabinet Type:||Custom Kitchen Cabinet According to Design|
|Dimensions:||Customize According to Measurement Sizes|
|Box Material:||Particle Board|
|Color Family:||Based on Kitchen Cabinet Door and Customer’s Choice|
|Kitchen Style:||Japanese Style|
|Warranty Description:||Limited lifetime warranty.|
Inspired Ideas between Home Owner and Designer
When starting the custom process for Japanese style kitchen cabinets, we will begin with you by inspired kitchen design ideas, make sure of the dimensions and layout of your kitchen.
Discover Your Custom Kitchen Cabinets Design in Japanese Style:
There are several Japanese interior styling concepts and principles that we can apply when designing Japanese-style kitchens, to create a space that not only looks great but is a pleasure to work in.
U-shaped kitchen designs and custom cabinet in Japanese style should not only be functional and improve efficiency, but they should also be an aesthetically beautiful focal point of your kitchen. A large majority of your kitchen’s aesthetics is based around your kitchen cabinets. How to discover your custom kitchen cabinet in Japanese design style? Please pay more attention to the Japanese kitchen cabinet door.
Kitchen Base Cabinets (Japanese Style)
Kitchen Wall Cabinets (Japanese Style)
Kitchen Storage Boxes
Kitchen Storage with Dish Racks
Kitchen Pantry Cabinet (Optional)
Kitchen Island (Optional)
How to Plan a Japanese-Style Kitchen?
Pure, clean, uncluttered and balanced are all words that can be used to describe Japanese-style interiors. And what better place in your home to apply these looks and feelings than in the kitchen, a place in everyone’s home that can be busy, untidy, hot and cluttered on a daily basis. Welcome to send an inquiry to us for custom kitchen cabinets by U-shaped kitchen design in Japanese style!
How to Custom Kitchen Cabinets by U-shaped Kitchen Design in Japanese Style?
Here are a few tips when considering the design of your kitchen in Japanese style.
Tip #1: Begin taking note of those problem areas in your kitchen. What areas of the kitchen are currently inefficient? Which cabinets or drawers are constantly getting disorganized and cluttered? Which cabinets do you access frequently? What are the main issues with these areas of your kitchen?
Tip #2: Prioritize the areas that you would like to have fixed from highest to lowest. This will help your kitchen designer to have a better understanding as to how you work within your kitchen.
Tip #3: Consult a “Design Build” home interior or kitchen designer. HOMURG kitchen designers will focus on both the design and the building process for you. And the HOMURG team will have the best insight by communicating with you and checking the photos sent by you. And we will open you up to new ideas when designing your custom kitchen cabinets.
Here are a few tips on how to start finding your kitchen in Japanese style:
Tip #1: Take note of your interior style. What kind of interior style for your house? What kind of arts do you prefer to? Once you have a few notes on your total interior home style, your kitchen cabinet maker can often incorporate your kitchen style into the design of your custom cabinets.
Tip #2: Begin collecting ideas by communicating with HOMURG kitchen designers or online. Once you have a collection of your favorite photos, you can show them to your cooperated designer so he or she can have a better understanding your desired outcome.