The fun part of getting a new kitchen remodel is picking out everything. So naturally it was people tend do first. However before sitting down to pick out all the fun stuff we recommend you take some time to space plan with your kitchen designer.
Most homeowners may not realize that the corners of their kitchen are can be some of the most valuable space when correctly incorporated in kitchen design. Before you overlook those cabinet corners explore just what you can do. It will increase both the storage and function of your kitchen.
There are lots of reasons homeowners want to remodel their kitchen. For some it is because they are planning on selling their home and for others maybe they finally have enough money and want more functional kitchen. If you are wanting to remodel your kitchen a few of the biggest questions you may have right now is “How much will it increase the value of my home?” or “Will I get a return on my investment?”.
If you are considering remodeling your Orlando area bathroom or adding an additional bathroom to your home, you will want to become familiar with the current guidelines and rules that will help you have a successful remodel.
The NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association) created this list from current research, design trends, and building code requirements. They also took into consideration current lifestyles. When following these rules, you can be confident that your bathroom will be both safe and functional.
White kitchen cabinets have been a popular cabinet for many years. However white is not for everyone. Recently we have noticed more homeowners choosing black kitchen cabinets or darker cabinet finishes.
What is it about black kitchen cabinets that seems to appeal to people? Black kitchen cabinets will add contrast and give your kitchen stunning contemporary look. They are the opposite of dismal when the right countertops, lighting, flooring and wall color are used. Black cabinets are versatile and go with a variety of kitchen styles. Many kitchen designers will tell you it is a timeless color that when used in the right way is not likely to go out of style.
Wherever you are in the house, do you hear the reverberating sound of kitchen cabinet doors slamming frequently? If you have kids, this sound is probably all too familiar. Or if your house is older than around 2005 you are VERY likely to know what we’re referring to.
You might have gotten so used to it that you don’t notice it as much anymore. Well, the good news is, you don’t have to live with it any longer. There are simple solutions to either make it better, or quiet them altogether.
When getting a new Florida kitchen people don’t always realize that there is a slightly different process when building with new construction vs. remodeling your current kitchen. While the cabinets and materials you use are the same there is are some differences in how things are done and your ability to choose. It helps to know what to expect so you don’t become frustrated with the process and you have a better understanding of what is supposed to happen.
If you live in a smaller home or are looking for a more open kitchen layout you might want to consider the one-wall kitchen layout. It is ideal for open floor plans and loft style condominiums.
For many homeowners the tub seems to something that takes up space and collects dust. One of the biggest bathroom trends in 2016 is throwing out the tub in place of an oversized shower. But should you jump on the bandwagon or is it something you might regret later?
Kitchen work zones seem to be one of the big “buzz” words when we talk about 21st Century kitchens. Where it used to be the work triangle that started in the 1940’s, kitchen designers have found a better way to improve the overall function and design of kitchens today by creating designated works zones for the different activities that occur in the kitchen. These zones accommodate larger kitchens and the many different uses of the kitchen.