Published at Wednesday, September 19th 2018. by Bridget Cleveland in Kitchen.
Before you hire the contractor or do it yourself, you might be wondering what to do with the kitchen you have now. You can find ideas for your kitchen in a variety of ways. Here are a few suggested ways to fire up your imagination.
Hooks for hanging utensils and magnetic strips for storing knives makes good use of wall space and will free up the counter space. Smaller ovens and stoves are a must, and you will likely have to sacrifice a double sink in favor of a more compact cleaning area. Overhead cabinets are a must, and it's a good idea to incorporate as many inset appliances as possible.
Of course, the floors of such kitchen design ideas will be made of wood as well. You have the choice on what type of wood you want to use and on what type of finish to apply on it. Just make sure that it goes well with the other parts of the kitchen and not look out of place.
The one wall. For very small kitchens, this may be the best choice because it keeps your appliances down to the bare necessities and allows you, in much the same manner as the L-Shape to have everything you need in one spot, so to cut down mobility. A distinct advantage of this style is that you leave yourself room to move and add other appliances as need be. The disadvantage is that if you start adding too much, then you must veer away from this design and go with a choice such as the corridor or the L-Shape.
Next, try new kitchen accessories. Every kitchen could do well with new fresh accessories. After a while your old accessories tend to get tiresome. New accessories like paper towel racks, bread boxes, salt and pepper shakers, or even old jars can make your kitchen look like it‘s been completely redecorated. And along with these new accessories, if your budget permits, purchase a new kitchen gadget that will go along with your new theme. Instead of a plain white coffeemaker for instance, go for a new red coffee maker to accent the red apples in the country themed curtains. Be creative and add a personal touch.
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