Reclaim Hidden Storage in Kitchen Cabinets

Does your kitchen have hidden recesses that swallow up utensils, dishes, and spice jars – just when you need to find them? These “black holes” in kitchen cabinets tend to occur in hard to access areas like corners or deep pantry shelves. Kitchen storage accessories form an important part of cabinet storage. A well-planned and executed kitchen design uses these accessories to turn underutilized spaces into valuable hidden treasures for kitchen storage. There are many ways to maximize your storage space and make sure every inch of your kitchen is put to good use. A kitchen remodeling specialist will work closely with you to understand your space, the functioning of your household, and your individual requirements for storage.

By |January 30th, 2017|Kitchen Design, Kitchens|0 Comments

Find your Perfect Kitchen Floor

Which element of a kitchen design catches your eye first? Is it the kitchen cabinets, backsplash, or countertop? What about the kitchen floor? This surface covers the entire area of the room and is critical to the style and functioning of the space. Your kitchen floor is the glue that pulls your design together, and must withstand heavy foot traffic, moisture and food spills, and much more.

By |December 15th, 2016|Kitchen Design, Kitchens|0 Comments

Design Your Kitchen for Entertaining

With the holidays quickly approaching, many people are hosting parties and welcoming guests into their homes. Decorating and preparing special treats are a great way to get in the holiday spirit at this time of year. Did you realize your kitchen design can also play an important role in making your guests feel welcome and you more relaxed when entertaining? There are many ways to design your kitchen to make entertaining not only easier, but also more enjoyable.

By |November 14th, 2016|Kitchen Design, Kitchens|0 Comments

Light up Your Kitchen Design

Kitchens are a diverse living area designed not just for cooking, but also for entertaining, dining, studying, and more. Kitchen designs have evolved to meet these requirements by incorporating layouts, specialized storage, and functional areas that allow a variety of people and activities to co-exist in the same space. A multi-functional room like this also requires a multi-layered lighting design. This ensures you have plenty of light to perform key tasks in different parts of the kitchen while also creating a warm environment for dining and entertaining.

By |October 17th, 2016|Kitchen Design, Kitchens|0 Comments

Accessorize your Kitchen Design with the Ideal Backsplash

A kitchen design is the perfect marriage of stylish and practical elements, and the backsplash is no exception. Just like jewelry and shoes coordinate with your clothes to complete an outfit, the backsplash accessorizes and complements other elements of your design. At the same time it performs the very practical function of protecting your kitchen wall from water, grease, and food splashes.

By |September 17th, 2016|Kitchen Design, Kitchens|0 Comments

The Big Picture in Kitchen Design

The kitchen is no longer a single purpose room, designed only to store and prepare food. Gone are the days when most homes had a separate dining room, family room, and formal living room. Today’s kitchens are typically a multi-functional space combining the traditional food-related activities with socializing, entertaining guests, homework, and much more. It tends to be one of the busiest rooms in the house and must accommodate numerous people at once. Open plan kitchens are more popular than ever as they allow for a flow between the kitchen, dining, and entertaining areas, and create a more sociable atmosphere centered on the kitchen.

By |August 19th, 2016|Kitchen Design, Kitchens|0 Comments

Island Styles for your Ideal Kitchen Design

Kitchens are typically divided up into work zones based on functional areas such as food preparation, cooking, eating, and entertaining.  The island plays a central role as it provides an obvious delineation between different areas of the kitchen.  Position work space on one side close the cooking area, while family members or guests sit across […]

By |July 21st, 2016|Kitchen Design, Kitchens|0 Comments