The chef's kitchen—expert appliances, hard-wearing stainless steel worktops, easy to reach utensils, and room to cook a royal banquet. It’s true and undeniable, the chef’s kitchen instils in us a feeling of culinary accomplishment. Once you are worthy of such a fine gastronomic preparation and cooking space, you have surely made it in the fine world of cuisine art and achievement. However, these days, a kitchen fit for a chef is a relatively easy thing to achieve, and can improve your home immensely. Small changes and alterations such as neat utensils, tough benches, and roomy kitchen islands can help impart a sense of fine gourmet design. Take a gander over the following chef kitchens from homify and give your cooking space a tasteful aesthetic and fine gastronomic style.
When it comes to a chef’s kitchen appliances and accessories matter—forget about a kitchen with a small oven, or a weak stovetop, for a powerful and efficient cook space, the appliances need to be top-notch. Depending on the volume of people you intend to cook for on a regular basis, you will want to choose a stove that can handle the amount of cooking. Two, four, and six burners are usually the norm, with the latter being a good choice for a larger chef's kitchen. Everybody has their individual taste when it comes to the fuel, but gas powered cookers are generally the chef norm, and offer high power, with good heat regulation. Along with the appliances, you will want to ensure you have good utensils and cooking appurtenances. Choose cast iron pots for slow cooking, and long-lasting use. Copper offers great heat regulation but requires some care. Cheap, or inexpensive pans and pots should be avoided as they tend to warp over time, and end being replaced regularly.
A chef’s kitchen needs a good workspace for preparation and plating food. If you don’t have the space, your kitchen will feel cramped and your meals will suffer. Ensure you have a clean and functional space by clearing the cutter and creating a wide open space to chop, dice, slice and mince. This example is a great illustration of good worktop spaciousness. This kitchen is quite large, but not oversized. It is perfectly practical for a home to have a large space if you intend to do a fair amount of cooking and entertaining. Remember it is better to have too much space than to be crammed and cloistered within a small and impractical workspace. If you have the room, implement a kitchen island for added preparation area, and include a second sink to ensure you can work with multiple people without a worry.
This exciting option may not be suitable for the domestic kitchen space, but offers an interesting alternative to the standard linear cooking area. If you want to include something similar in your abode, this chef’s kitchen can be an excellent way to host cooking nights, have your friends watch your prepare food, and simply have at your disposal an intriguing and individual kitchen setup.
When you have a million things on the go, the last thing you want to worry about is having to rummage through drawers to find a slotted spoon or a spatula. Put everything on display in your chef's kitchen, and ensure you don’t burn your butter while searching for a blender. Hooks above your worktop can be a great way to incorporate practicality with style, and this example shows a great central rail that holds multiple copper pots and pans.
Consider purchasing two of each of your appliances. This may sound a little mad and overindulgent, but two ovens, two stove tops and twice the exhaust power can turn your average kitchen into a chef’s kitchen. Moreover if you intend to entertain, the extra space will be brilliant for preparing food, or hiring caterers to cook and work within your own home for dinner party occasions.