Your kitchen is where you spend a lot of time. After all, you prepare your meals in the kitchen, you eat in the kitchen, and you can even do your work in the kitchen. Therefore, it’s understandable if you want to keep it as clutter-free as possible. Unfortunately, some homeowners aren’t certain as to how they can do this.
The kitchen is the “heart” (or more appropriately, the “stomach”) of a home so it makes sense that you would want to improve it and make it more useful for your needs. Unfortunately, one quick search will make you realize a full kitchen remodeling project will set you back a hefty amount. So, what quick upgrades can give your kitchen a fresh new look without actually having to dismantle everything but the kitchen sink?New Countertops… Continue Reading
Once a kitchen renovation project is completed, and the contractors have packed up the last of their tools, homeowners rarely think about the old kitchen cabinets that they replaced. Typically, your remodeling company will get rid of all the waste for you, and that’s that.… Continue Reading
In a study conducted by home improvement website Houzz, a total of 1,337 U.S. homeowners were asked about their recent or planned kitchen renovation projects. The findings revealed interesting data regarding preferences on styles and finishes, aging-in-place arrangements and upgraded features. Also included in the study is the top-trending kitchen countertop material.
Are you planning to renovate your kitchen? Maybe you’re torn between keeping your kitchen cabinets closed and going for open shelving? Read this first before deciding.