Published at Wednesday, September 11th, 2019 - 08:17:10 AM. Kitchen. By Denise Lagrange.
Planning is essential to your success in this project. Again, while you might still long for a large kitchen, you will find that your project will take less time and be less expensive than if you had a larger room to remodel. For instance, 8 feet of new countertop is going be much less expensive than twice that amount and matching countertop material for a center island. As a result, you can buy high end materials such as marble or granite for your countertops where the price might be prohibitive if you had a big kitchen. The same holds true for materials like flooring, fixtures and appliances. Don‘t cheat yourself by settling for inferior materials. You can often find leftover materials from contractors and home improvement outlets that you might not be able to use or afford otherwise.
Try to keep everything to scale in your small kitchen. Smaller appliances such as refridgerators and microwaves can add space and give the illusion that the room is a little bigger than it actually is. Allow this thinking to come into play when you‘re choosing flooring and wallpaper, if you want to go in that direction. You can also find small coffee makers, mixers and blenders that won‘t overwhelm your space. Even your central lighting fixtures should be smaller as well as your hardware for you sink. Try to keep this in mind when your choosing these elements for your remodeling project.
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