Update: the results are in! After spending hours on a terrifyingly addictive online room-design program, we present our biggest poll to date: the one which decides No 9′s kitchen. We’re torn between different types of fridges, ovens, wall cabinets… you get the idea. The door styles, tiles and paint are just for illustration – the renoVote on those will come later!

 

Option 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Option 1 Near to far (window wall): double height oven, pan drawers, base cabinet, undercounter fridge and undercounter freezer Near to far (party wall): wine rack, integrated washing machine, integrated dishwasher, under-sink single cabinet, double base cabinet Wall storage? Yes Pros: Features double-height oven, loads of storage, large uninterrupted length of worktop Cons: Hob by the wall

 

Option 2

Option 2 Near to far (window wall): Drawers, base cabinet, under-sink cabinet, dishwasher, washing machine Near to far (party wall): Base cabinet, range oven, undercounter fridge and freezer Wall storage? Yes Pros: Allows in all of the light from the window Cons: Wall cabinets on the right impede use of worktop

 

Option 3

Option 3 Near to far (window wall): tall integrated fridge-freezer, three base cabinets, oven and hob, wine rack Near to far (party wall): open-ended display cabinet, base cabinet, double under-sink cabinet, dishwasher, washing machine Wall storage? Yes Pros: Giant fridge freezer Cons: Fridge-freezer overlaps window frame’s left edge slightly

 

Option 4

Option 4 Near to far (window wall): double base cabinet, double under-sink cabinet, dishwasher, washing machine Near to far (party wall): open-ended display cabinet, drawers, oven and hob, double base cabinet, freestanding fridge-freezer Wall storage? No Pros: Makes the room look bigger Cons: Would there be enough storage?

 

Which kitchen layout is your favourite?

  • Option 2 (43%)
  • Option 4 (43%)
  • Option 1 (14%)
  • Option 3 (0%)

Thanks for renoVoting

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