The prospect of remodeling your outdated, inefficient and poorly designed kitchen can stir excitement.
Your mind is probably filled with lots of ideas. As exciting as this project may be, there will be many decisions to make before the project is finished. You can get lots of helpful advice from professionals that can assist you with design ideas, material choices and budgeting.
Two of the most often-seen kitchen layouts are the U-shaped design and L-shaped design. The amount of space you have to work with can influence your layout. U-shaped designs work well if your kitchen area is small. A U-shaped layout keeps the workspace compact yet functional. An L-shaped layout is a popular design for kitchens that are open to other rooms such as the dining room or living area. Including a kitchen island in your layout gives you an additional eating area, work surface and extra storage space.
Your budget may be a deciding factor when choosing cabinetry. Cabinetry …