Renovating your kitchen is an exciting time, especially if the kitchen you have is tiny and no longer appropriate for your growing family. Since you spend a lot of time in the kitchen, it's the one room of your home that deserves to be just the way you want it.
A construction company that does residential kitchen renovations is a big help in designing and building your new dream kitchen so it adds value to your home and provides you with everything your budget allows. Here are three tips for a residential kitchen renovation.
1. Decide On A Floor Plan First
Your renovation contractor may supply a designer, or you may need to get one yourself. Establishing a floor plan based on the dimensions of your kitchen is a big help in visualizing your completed renovations in advance.
When you know exactly how much space you can work with, you can use the dimensions of appliances, a new island, cabinets, and kitchen furniture to know how well they will fit and where they should go. The floor plan also helps you visualize how much free space is in your design since you'll want plenty of open space to prepare meals with kids and friends.
2. Choose The Colors
You may want classic kitchen colors, an artistic and colorful theme, or some trendy color. Choose what makes you happy and goes with the rest of your home. Also, think about how the color combination you choose will affect the sale of your home in the future.
You might want white cabinets with marble countertops and gray plank floors, blue or green cabinets with solid surface countertops, or stainless steel cabinets for an industrial look. Compare prices so you get the best use of your money and have enough left to buy the appliances you want.
3. Consider Opening A Wall
If your kitchen is tiny, your main goal with your kitchen renovation may be to make the kitchen bigger by opening a wall. This could allow you to blend the space with a dining room or family room for even more space. You might put a long island in place of the wall so you have more room for preparing meals or eating with your family. This could eliminate the need for a kitchen table, and that could free up more room in your kitchen.
There are several considerations when tearing out a wall and putting in an island that needs plumbing and electricity, so you'll need the contractor to help make decisions that control the cost of making your kitchen bigger.Share