If you think only mansion-sized kitchens can look beautiful, then you’re very wrong. Even the smallest of spaces can look stylish and be highly functional. All you need is a good design and a few handy ideas from the pros and your small kitchen will look chic and stylish. Here’s your plan of attack.
One of the biggest trends in kitchen design right now is the rise of the island. Providing extra prep or social space, islands are also a great place to add some extra design flair and functionality.
Often, an island is the first thing you see when you walk in the kitchen, so it’s a great statement piece that deserves a little extra thought and consideration when you’re remodeling your kitchen. It’s also a high use area that will get a lot of attention whether you’re cooking or just hanging out. So let’s go over some of what goes into the ideal island, and how you can get the most out of yours.
In addition to stellar customer service and knowledgeable project managers, another benefit we offer our clients is an immense amount of storage space. One of the obstacles homeowners face when remodeling is simply a lack of space. It can be a struggle to find storage for your stuff normally; what about all the new materials you were so excited to order? Where can you put your new appliances while the cabinets are being installed? Where will you go with all that tile during demo? How will you keep all the hardware organized? And it’s all the worse if you’re in a condo, where space is limited as it is, and renting more can cost hundreds for even one month.
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In the last decade, as the country recovers from the 2008 crash of the real estate market, resale value has been at the front of homeowning minds looking to make renovations. If you’re planning to sell your house in the next 2-5 years, you might start looking at your options for increasing that resale value. But where should you start? Maybe a fresh coat of paint on the exterior? Some new trim and landscaping? Those will make a good first impression, but once potential buyers come in, the kitchen is very likely to be the room that gets the most attention.
People are spending more time in kitchens than ever, between having smaller homes with fewer social spaces, and the rise of Foodie culture, kitchens are the stars of the housing market. Not to mention that kitchen updates yield a 60-85% return on investment. But, more importantly, a great kitchen helps a house sell that much faster. So what are some simple changes for making your kitchen more appealing to buyers?