Some kitchens require a full redesign. This is especially true for older homes or perhaps a home you recently purchased and want to put your personal stamp on. A full remodel can involve demolition of existing space, selection of new appliances, and overall design and build of cabinetry, islands, and more.
A subtle accent to any great design, getting the backsplash right is a sign that you really put careful thought into your kitchen design. Backsplashes get more comments and attention than you might think.
Flooring is one of the best ways to make your kitchen either tie in with the rest of the house or stand out as a fully separate space. Use flooring and tile strategically to create an overall tone for your kitchen.
Cabinetry is one of the most noticeable aspects of your kitchen and a bad setup can be frustrating to use as well as an eyesore.
Nothing jumps out at guests like a really cool countertop setup. But it’s not just for looks; great countertops can last for years and make your preparation and cleanup a breeze.
A wonderfully designed kitchen won’t achieve its maximum potential if the appliances are old, clunky, or broken. Sleek, new appliances demonstrate the professionalism of the space and make your actual cooking and cleaning a much more enjoyable experience.