Kitchen

Cabinets Ideas For Small Kitchens

July 24, 2019

Before you start your kitchen remodeling project, however, you should consider size, functionality, design, and storage. Choose a design plan that conforms to the specifics of each of these points and also make sure it includes plans for cabinets, flooring, counters, appliances, and, of course, the kitchen sink.

Cabinets are a big part of any kitchen, and you have two options for new cabinets. You can either custom design your own, or get pre-designed ones. Either way, there are two basic designs. European design is very popular. It is open-faced so that you can see everything. The upside to this is that you can show off your great dinnerware of vintage plates and collectibles. It is also easy to see what’s in the cabinet, so it makes finding things a lot easier. The downside is that everyone can see what is in your cabinet, so you have to keep things clean and organized! The other type of cabinets is closed faced. This is your regular cabinets with doors that keep your things hidden and out of site.

Another essential piece of your kitchen remodeling project is the flooring. There’s a ton of types to choose from, and you need to think about what kind of look you are going for. Tile is great for most kitchens, and hardwood will give it a beautiful warm look, and linoleum is cost-effective and easy to care for. Either way, flooring is a major decision and an essential element in your kitchen remodeling project.

Your counters are of the utmost importance to your kitchen both visually and practically. Counter space is used for work areas, decorations, appliances, and just about anything else. Again you will need to decide what kind of counters you will want based on design and budget. You can get countertops made from almost anything, and you should consider the durability and ease of cleaning when choosing yours. Granite and marble are popular but can be very expensive. Wood and tile countertops are more affordable, however not as durable. Some of the new Corian style counters look great and are less costly than natural stone. You can even get counters made with anti-bacterial material.

Appliances are the frosting on the cake of your kitchen, and no remodel complete without new matching appliances. Again, you have a large selection to choose from, and you must match color and style to your kitchen theme. Stainless steel is popular these days, but black appliances can blend in nicely. If you are going for a retro look, you can even buy a device that is shaped like vintage ones but is brand new.

Now we’ve talked about everything but the kitchen sink, and you will need to plan on a new one for your kitchen remodel. These days there are designer sinks in all shapes sizes and colors, so choosing one can be quite a challenge. Again, picking one that goes with your kitchen’s style and fits your budget is the best way to go.