A typical example involves choosing the location of electrical outlets for household appliances in a future kitchen.
Regardless of the number of and what items you will use, remember to place the electrical outlets in strategic locations and also in areas where they might be useful in the future.
In actuality, even if you decide now that you will not install a dishwasher or microwave, your needs and tastes may later change.
A perfect place where you can put in additional sockets is underneath the sink, where the cabinet is backless.
The worktop area should also not be overlooked.
Moreover, a qualified technician will provide you with all the necessary advice regarding the positioning of additional sockets (the laws concerning this are quite complex).
The above is often said, for example, when you fall in love with a composition or a certain style using only your eyes, you choose to underestimate the fact that it is not the most suitable for your needs.
A classic example is when you desire at all costs the inclusion of an island or a peninsula even if the remaining circulation space is just enough to pass.
The problem will occur when it comes to opening the door of the oven, the dishwasher or microwave (the minimum distances for ensuring functionality between the cabinet and the island or the peninsula ranges from 90 to 120 cm).
Impulsively choosing a kitchen in a space without context like a showroom could also involve risks.
Usually the kitchen is the room that is fitted first: therefore all the rest of the furniture has to blend with its style.