Consider These Tips Before You Do Your New or Remodeled Kitchen

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Consider These Tips Before You Do Your New or Remodeled Kitchen

The kitchen is perhaps the most used space in your home. No matter how big the new TV is in the family room or how comfortable the living room couch, everyone seems to congregate in the kitchen at all hours of the day. Burke2

A Certified Kitchen Designer, Ken, at HomeStyling Design, makes our process revolve around you and your lifestyle in order to create a practical yet stylish living space. Our quality design for new and remodeling services can transform your home into the one of your dreams.

Consider the following things before your kitchen project, and leave the rest up to HomeStyling Design experts!

Facilitate Traffic Flow

Think about how hectic your kitchen can be at breakfast and dinnertime. Alleviate crowded counters with wide walkways and accessible cabinets. For a kid-friendly floor plan, keep stovetops and knife drawers out of high traffic areas.

Keep Open Space

It’s easy to get caught up with filling every nook and cranny in a remodel, but keep functionality in mind. You want at least two feet of counter space surrounding each appliance and the sink. Keep areas clear around the stovetop—imagine the logistics of cooking a large dinner with many utensils and ingredients in need of a temporary space.

Plug It In

Don’t forget about outlets when designating a backsplash. Make sure multiple outlets are installed throughout the kitchen in areas that will be accessible for your electronic appliances. 

Increase Efficiency

You want your kitchen to be beautiful, of course, but it is also a workspace for the cook in the household. Think about your daily routine in the kitchen and how you can eliminate wasted steps. For example, install cabinets to fit pots and pans close to the stovetop, and drawers for silverware near the plates and bowls. Clustering like items together will save trips back and fourth across the kitchen.

Contact us at HomeStyling Design to get your Concept Design started!

Ken Peterson, CKD