IKEA 2008: Kitchen Handbook
|eBooks - Living|
|January 29 2008|
We know that your kitchen is an everyday room – every day of the week.
Thinking about a new kitchen? We want to help you turn your dream into reality.
We’ve designed our products so you can create a complete kitchen where everything is coordinated. A kitchen that suits the way you live, looks the way you want and is full of smart, practical solutions. We’ve come up with lots of ways to make the dream a reality, from planning tools for your computer, to help with installation and financing.
We want you to enjoy your dream kitchen every day for years – read more about our everyday quality guarantees on page 14. Welcome to the 2008 IKEA Kitchen Brochure.
Choose your products
Plan your kitchen and place your order
Perhaps someone who can’t find the garlic press.
It’s there somewhere, but where? So we pull out drawers, dash from one end of the kitchen to the other, hunting high and low. It's far better to let the kitchen do the job and reduce any unnecessary running around.
Utensils should be stored where they're easy to get to. The same with saucepans and frying pans – keep them near the cooker, where they’re used the most. And why should you have to take out the flour first to reach the sugar in a wall cabinet?
If you keep them under the worktop instead, you'll only have to pull out the drawer and glance down. And why keep heavy plates high up where they're difficult to see and lift down? It’s a lot more convenient to store them in another drawer under the worktop.
We’ve thought a lot about how to make things a little simpler and easier – just to ensure your kitchen is the best and most convenient workplace for your needs.
All RATIONELL drawers are fully extendable and can be made silent closing. Wall-mounted rails let you hang larger utensils right where you want them. You can stow the chopping board in a kitchen drawer, store oils and sauces in a FAKTUM cabinet by the cooker, keep pots tidy in one drawer and your cutlery close to your dishwasher in another. How much running about have we cut out there? Just imagine being able to stand in the same place when you unload the dishwasher and put things away.
If you’re dreaming of a new kitchen, dream of a kitchen that copes with the demands of your everyday life as smoothly as possible. It won't hurt if it looks good either. After all, it's where you spend a lot of your time.
PDF version, 6MB, 100Pages.
How to buy a kitchen
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