Increasing the size of your kitchen can certainly make it more hygienic, although it is not always necessary to do so. When you expand the size of your kitchen, you allow yourself a larger area to work with, and then all the germs in the air and on the surfaces aren't as confined and concentrated as they are in a smaller space.
With smaller kitchens you have less space for people to move around in as well as less surfaces. Therefore, one surface will likely be more highly trafficked than it might have been in another bigger kitchen, meaning that it will receive more germs on a daily basis than a kitchen that has more space to offer.
Remodeling Focused on Hygiene
When you hire a kitchen remodeler for your project, express how important keeping your kitchen hygienic is to you. Once the team understands this, they can present you with numerous ideas for increasing the cleanliness of your kitchen that you may not have ever thought of. They can also suggest that you upgradeold elements in the kitchen to increase kitchen hygiene.
Old facets, fixtures and appliances can have rust and all kinds of germs trapped within them. By upgrading to new ones, you're getting a fresh start, and you can even select from touch-free models, such as a facet that turns on via a sensor, further eliminating the amount of germs deposited on it.