I don't think you could ever have enough of anything! Being an apartment dweller for 20 years, you do get used to a smaller kitchen area and less cupboards and storage space however, it does make you more practical in how you store things and what items you buy.
A great big,huge and emphatic NO!!!!! This old house was built with very few cupboards anywhere.I have added a lot more storage space when I first moved in many years back,but still I could use more cupboards in the actual kitchen!!
Yes, when my wife and I moved into the townhouse we currently live in we thought there was no way we would ever fill the kitchen, it's huge. It's been 2.5 years and we finally did it, it's full. It's not stuffed, or anything, but we no longer have empty drawers and cupboards. I don't know what's going happen when we finally move again.
Yes! Most of the time anyway.... we use the conservatory for extra storage in the run up to Christmas as it is as cold as the fridge that time of year and we always have vast quantities of food stacked up! If I could change one thing about my kitchen storage, I would like better vegetable racks. When we move house I will sort this!
no not enough, houses need to be designed with a large walk in pantry to store not only food items also appliances of which I am sure we have too many of, mostly unneeded, Homes many years ago had lovely walk in pantrys as large as a small room.
Yes, I'm fortunate I have a very large kitchen well fitted out with plenty of cupboards, three under-bench pot drawers, and a really attractive glass-doored cupboard to display wine glasses or any glassware really. There is also a large pantry which is very useful and plenty of drawer space. I guess if I was designing a kitchen this would fit the bill. I, however, am not really interested in kitchens and spend as little time in there as possible. All my friends think I'm mad because they all love the size of it.