Are you in the market for a New Kitchen? What’s important to remember?
Have you thought about getting a New Kitchen in your existing residence? Did you buy a home that needs a New Kitchen? Upgrading your kitchen is perhaps one of the most exciting and dramatic renovations you can do to your home. So take your time, gather your ideas and read about the latest and greatest in design for 2018-2019.
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We love sharing ideas gathered from online publications and the experts in design. We appreciate their contributions to kitchen design trends, new materials, styles and options for remodeling your home now and in the future. Two of the biggest contributors to helping homeowners understand trends and design options include HGTV.com and Houzz.com.
The kitchen is at the center of every family entertainment activity. The kitchen has to be beautiful, but also functional. A New Kitchen should make your life easier and give you a chance to start over with a new design and style in mind. An area of your home this important must be done right and bring you joy for years to come.
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We believe that your New Kitchen should be a reflection of you and your Lifestyle. The perfect combination of form, function, your unique ideas and, expression. Before beginning the kitchen layout, take the time to explain your intentions for your new space to your contractor and designer.
Are you planning on selling your home in the near future? When developing your kitchen design, the contractor of your choice will want to find out which elements are most important to you and if this is to stage your home for a sale, or for you to enjoy for a long time to come. You should begin with a discussion focused on the purpose and reason for your New Kitchen. After that style and functionality are next. Will this be a single cook kitchen or do you want to design the kitchen to accommodate multiple cooks working together?
Your Lifestyle will determine the focus of your New Kitchen Design
How much entertaining do you plan on doing? Contractors want to understand what your lifestyle is like to better forecast what your future needs might be. You should not only be designing for today but for your lifestyle five years from now. If you entertain a lot you might want to focus on the size of the island and incorporate lots of space by opening up adjacent rooms. Commercial Grade Stovetops are not only in style but if you like entertaining the Stovetop can also be functional and please you and your guests for years to come.
Expensive upgrades such as the Commercial Grade Stovetop and an oversized Kitchen Island is only important if you are planning on keeping your home. If not then your contractor needs to go a different route. Less expensive stovetop options, mid-grade materials and, neutral colors along with following current trends when it comes to fixtures and flooring will probably be suggested, for faster resell of your home.
Evaluate the opportunities and limitations of the existing kitchen area and explore combining the kitchen with adjoining areas or even adding additional space to the home if necessary. Remember open concept living is a big deal, this and the color accents for your new kitchen are among the most important decisions you will make. That is just the beginning of the project. Create a New Kitchen that fits your family’s needs. Check out HGTV’s 2018 Dream Home for ideas.
Artistic Kitchens & More is located in North Atlanta. You can check us out on Google Business, Facebook, Pinterest, Houzz, and a suite of additional online resources are a great idea book for homeowners in the area. If you can imagine a New Kitchen, we can create it. Interested in a new kitchen design? Our team can give you a variety of options.
Your New Kitchen Design will depend on your taste, budget and, goals. and your budget. We have more than 20 years of experience in designing kitchens and bathrooms, and we’d love to discuss your project with you. Contact us today and begin your new kitchen design! Join our mailing list to receive future articles pertaining to home design and kitchen trends.