Whatever the size of your church kitchen, it plays an essential role in your community and congregation. And even the smallest space can be the biggest asset...
Whether you're planning a complete renovation or an upgrade on your current kitchen, a smaller space doesn’t mean you’re limited with possibilities and designs. There are many different options to suit your needs...
Focus on hygiene
Easy-to-clean surfaces in small kitchens are essential for maintaining hygiene, as the prepping, cooking and washing up is often done in the same space. With a semi-commercial kitchen and stainless-steel worktops, you can create the welcoming, warm feel of a domestic kitchen, but with the durability and safety of a full commercial space. With welded in bowls, steel worktops won’t sustain, harbour or encourage bacteria or insects, but will still create an aesthetically-pleasing kitchen.
By installing a serving station, you can open up the space and instill a sense of community (while also showing off your brand new kitchen!). Not only will an open drinks counter create the illusion of a bigger space, but it will minimise foot traffic in your kitchen too, which is ideal for the safety and comfort of your volunteers or staff.
Use all the space
A great way to maxmise all the room in your kitchen is by going up. Worktop space is precious, and the less appliances or cupboards you can have on the floor, the more room you will have to make five tuna paninis for five hungry members of your community. By mounting appliances like microwaves and water boilers (as seen above), you can turn a small space in to a kitchen suitable for your busy volunteers and congregation. And don’t forget shelving – just make sure items are easily accessible with a foot stool or stepladder.
Want to take the next steps in your kitchen plans? Call Steelplan Kitchens on 0844 809 9186 – they can create your ideal kitchen, no matter what size.
The inherent strength of metal and a combination of the benefits listed on this page mean that a steel Kitchen will far exceed the life expectancy of a standard wooden carcass kitchens in semi-commercial environments.
The polyester powder coated steel is impervious to water. No more swollen chipboard or rotting MDF.
The metal is fire resistant and the powder coat finish formulated so that no toxic fumes are emitted in the case of fire.
Unlike wooden/chipboard cabinets the Steelplan Kitchen carcass does not contain any material that may sustain, harbour or encourage insects or bacteria.
The powder coated finish means that the units can be kept to an extremely high level of cleanliness and hygiene at all times. Essential when used in health locations.
It looks great! The hidden steel backbone is dressed up with a choice of doors to produce whatever look and feel you want.