Professional Design Doesn’t Cost More
If you and your spouse enjoys cooking, you owe it to yourself to plan your new kitchen. The best design options are really just sound planning that need not add to the overall project cost. For the same investment, your new kitchen will be a joy to use. Here are a few things to consider:
The Layout of your kitchen is key.
If you are renovating a home that you didn’t build, chances are your needs are different from the previous owner. Don’t just replace old with new, redesign it to make it work better for YOUR needs.
Colors & Pattern Selection
Next, choose the right elements such as smooth surfaces that are easy to clean. There are many choices of colors and patterns to choose from.
Cabinets are Key
Cabinets can be 15 inches or deeper for storage. Adjustable shelves and easy to grasp hardware also make them easier to use.
…and The Kitchen Sink
Sinks are the most used fixtures in the kitchen. A combo sink with one 8-inch and one 10 inch bowl in 16 gauge steel or one large sink may better meet your needs. If there is more than one cook in your family, you may consider a second work area and an additional sink.