Published at March 27th 2017, 19:28:12. by Carita Archenhaud in Kitchen Design.
Most modern kitchens have an island. If your kitchen does not have one, consider building one into your kitchen remodeling design. Pre-fabricated models can be purchased for you to build and assemble using simple tools. Or invest some time and custom create an island. An island can be a butcher block top for food preparation, a small sink for clean up, or even a mini dining table for extra seating and storage. A relatively small investment of building an island can yield large resell value returns.
Then you realize the cabinets don‘t match the paint color…and the backsplash needs to be changed, too, to match the new cabinets…Suddenly, everything in your kitchen needs an update and you‘re scouring for more kitchen remodeling design tips online and in magazines.
The only problem with this type of kitchen design is that sometimes the two U corners are not used appropriately. Make sure you buy the appropriate storage items for the corner cabinets created by the U shape design. The U shape design can also create dark kitchens because of the shape and the amount of cabinets. Using skylights, large windows, lots of under-cabinet task lighting and light colors will help keep the kitchen bright with sufficient light to see what you‘re doing.
You can choose from white, cream, neutrals in cool colors or neutrals in warm colors. There are also various finishes to choose from, including stains, glazed paints, or a vintage look.
G-Shaped Kitchen - this type of kitchen shape is becoming very popular, and it gives you a fourth wall to use. The G-shape can be used if you have more than one cook in the house. This fourth wall section can be used for a counter, island and storage space.
Online programs help take you through all the steps of kitchen design online, even those you may have forgotten. You might have an eye out for new cabinets but you forgot to take into account ceiling height. No worries, the program factors that in for you. Or you tried to add the sink next to the fridge but did not realize that opening the fridge doors would block access to the sink.
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