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Smooth Renovation: Keeping Your Kitchen Upgrade Successful

You might be planning a complete overhaul of your kitchen space, or just want to update some areas to modernize the look. It’s important to consider every step carefully, so there will be no expensive surprises along the way. The following are some helpful tips for those about to embark on a renovation project in their culinary space.

Keep It Functional

Your kitchen space is one of the most functional rooms within your home, apart from your bathroom. Therefore it’s of utmost importance that the way space is used is considered and that the layout is carefully planned out before any construction goes ahead. Try and think about how you move about the space when cooking, alongside what you will need and where it needs to go. If you’re not an industry expert, it’s always a smart idea to get professional advice from reputable contractors. Make sure that everything, from your ac Installation to your mosaic flooring, is carried out to a high standard so that the space keeps working for you.

Measure It Precisely

You might be dreaming of a huge stove and a gold chandelier; however, if they don’t fit properly it can be an expensive and long-winded process to return and repurchase items. It’s, therefore, important that every area of your kitchen is measured precisely so that you’re able to choose the best fridge or inbuilt oven for your kitchen accordingly. Even though something seems like an amazing deal at the time; impulse buying items for your new kitchen will cost you dearly, in the long run. So, save your cash until you’re sure it’s exactly what you need, and crucially; what will fit.

Light It Up

Lighting is another area of a kitchen that provides essential function; but don’t forget that lighting has a major impact on the ambiance and feel on an environment too. So, it’s worth investing some thought into what would best suit your space. Warm light gives a comforting feel, so these may be best around a dining area of the room and will ensure mealtimes are cozy affairs. Cool lighting is best for preparation areas. It’s important you’re able to see what you’re prepping as clearly as possible, especially in the kitchen where sharp objects and heat are often involved.

Give It Space

Planning your countertops may seem like an obvious part of remodeling your kitchen. However, it’s easy to forget to use the space as wisely as possibly. Aside from preparation areas next to the stove; you need to think about where you’re going to be regularly placing and storing items too. For example; either side of the sink is always a high traffic area when it comes to putting down dirty dishes, pots, and pans, so considering how much room you’ll need is essential. Try to make sure your counters overhang over your cupboards and drawers, as this will ensure anything that drips down will hit the floor first, rather than sliding all the way down the doors.

Remodeling and rebuilding your kitchen is a big task to take on for any household. So, make sure every part of the process has been planned thoroughly before any work begins. If you’re able to minimize mistakes of any kind, the whole process will be an enjoyable one, and the results will be a kitchen that will last for years to come.


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Kaya Wittenburg

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Kaya Wittenburg is the Founder and CEO of Sky Five Properties. Since the age of 10, real estate has been deeply ingrained into his thoughts. With world-class negotiation and deal-making skills, he brings a highly impactful presence into every transaction that he touches.

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