Kitchen Tips

» Posted by on Jul 14, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

They say the kitchen is the center of the house and for a lot of us, it is the reality. The kitchen is the nerve center of the whole operation, it is where food is ready, where matters are created, where homework is done, where folks gather no matter the event. Free stock photo of architecture, kitchen, room, clean

When it is time to renovate your kitchen, however, what do you actually need? Some might say they want more counter space. More counter space beside the fridge, the stove and the microwave gives you a landing space for anything you happen to be holding or doing near those appliances. More counter space in the form of an island is also a fantastic idea, as it can also home cabinets and shelves, may be mobile (especially great in a little kitchen) and may also house a second sink.

Some may say they need more space interval. Who wouldn’t love a spacious, airy and light eat in kitchen?

You might want to incorporate more electrical outlets because lets face it, there are various things that need to be plugged in at a kitchen.

Same for recycling, is there ever enough space for it all? Well there can be with dedicated cabinets to keep the plastics and metallic cans and a drawer to hold each of the recyclable magazines and newspapers until pick up day. This keeps them out of the way while being easy to get to any time of day.

Do you desire a message center? Possibly a white board and a chalkboard for writing notes to family members or hanging up kid’s artwork. Again, contain everything to one area and everyone will check it out prior to leaving for the day.

Perhaps your old kitchen does not have cupboards that are functional, but making the corner closets massive lazy Susans is a great idea for a reno. You get tons more room and the shelves will go all of the way back to the wall and take the corner rather than having a bank of drawers which does not make good use of space.

It’s after all, the most important room in the house.

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