Jessika Theissen. Kitchen. January 19th , 2018.
3. Kitchen Cabinets: A variety of bold color choices are now available from many manufacturers. However, bold colors tend to get old faster, and replacing the entire kitchen cabinets can be an expensive proposition. If you must go with the newer bold colors, the best compromise is finding cabinets that can be repainted. Kitchen cabinet materials also come in a wide variety, each capable of adding a different style and flair, in addition to a different color to your kitchen.
Storage space: Lack of space is one complaint that many have when dealing with a small kitchen. This includes cabinet and counter space. When doing a kitchen renovation look at your kitchen and see where you can add more space. If there are appliances such as a coffee maker, juicer, etc that you do not use on a regular basic store it in a bottom cabinet to free up counter space. If there is room on top of your refrigerator store containers for your sugar, flour, etc. Build more cabinet space to the top of your cabinets.
One of the many other pros to kitchen remodeling is one that you might not necessarily have thought of before. Limit spending on the kitchen remodeling to about 15 - 20 percent of your home‘s value. According to the National Association of Home Builders, updating and remodeling your kitchen will add more value than any other improvement. Even if you plan on moving at some point after the remodel, don‘t forget that kitchen projects add more value to your home than any other improvement.
The Work Triangle: In the past, kitchen designs were done around a work triangle; it determined the position of the sink, refrigerator, and the range. A good kitchen design should make the distance between the three appliances comfortable because most kitchen work revolves around them. If the distance is much, whoever will be cooking will become tired trotting between them, and if too close the work area will be cramped. There are three major layouts for the work triangle; the galley, I-shaped and the u-shaped. The u-shaped layout places the three appliances on three different walls. In the I-shaped layout, one appliance is placed on one wall while the other two are placed on another. If you are working on very tight space, you can have all the appliances arranged along the same wall thus the name galley.
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