Published at Sunday, September 30th 2018. by Ethel Cummings in Kitchen.
White wood, blue accents, and exposed stone are a great way to give your outdoor kitchen rustic, classic appeal. Flowers and plants growing up the sides of walls or arbors are great for creating softness and a traditional appeal as well. Think of white-washed cabinets, pale-wood benches, and large rustic dining tables.
When planning your kitchen design, make certain you also consider where your spice drawer will be kept, as well as the storage drawers where you plan to keep your pots and pans. These items will all need to be kept close to your cooking zone. If not, you'll find yourself wandering all over your kitchen and wasting precious time.
Think logically. What things from your existing kitchen are you planning to keep? What are you going to throw away? What will need replacing? What can be refurbished and re-used? All of these questions can give you a headache so make lists of what you’re throwing away and what you need to buy. That way you’re always in control and won't end up with two of anything. When deciding what new furniture and appliances to invest in start by listing what you need and then move on to what you want. Fitting in the necessities should always be your priority.
What if you are not able to afford redesigning experts? Well then you can do the work yourself. There are many self help books on kitchen improvement and cabinet designs that will show you how to do every step by yourself. First, you will have to search for a design that you can replicate in your kitchen for a low cost. Kitchen design magazines are filled with information on how to do just that. Next, by using these self help books you can get started with building your own kitchen's cabinets. You can do most of the work on redesigning those kitchen cabinets but, later on you will have to hire a kitchen design professional to finish the work off. Hence, not only do you save money but, also give a professional finish to your kitchen and it's cabinets.
Buying a new kitchen is an expensive process, so if you’re on a tight budge the last thing you want to do is pay a professional kitchen designer to draw up your plans. The good news is there’s one simple way to get a free kitchen design that is tailored to suit your specific needs - do it yourself.
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