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People are allocating more space for eating in their homes. In fact, not everybody has enough room to dedicate a separate dining area anymore! With the recent reinvestment in eating at home, we thought it would be a great opportunity to look at creative ways to add an eating zone to your kitchen. The size and shape of your kitchen will determine the options available in terms of an eating zone. For instance, an L-shaped room can be arranged so that one end is reserved as a dining area while the other side hosts preparation areas like storage or cooktop space. The first step to having a cozy new foodie haven? Make a list of all the items you intend to have in your kitchen, and then sketch out how you want the eating area and layout designed.
Kitchen cabinets are an essential part of any well-designed, usable kitchen. You need to take your time balancing style and functionality, but which one matters more? One stylistic decision that can impact functionality is the height you choose for your wall cabinets. Typically, most people will either extend their wall cabinets to the ceiling or they will leave a space between. The three factors to consider before installing kitchen cabinets to the ceiling are your space, budget, and preference.
The drawer fronts are the faceplate for the cabinet drawer boxes, so you want to make sure they fit correctly. Stylistically, it is ideal to match or coordinate your drawer fronts with your cabinet doors. A single broken or damaged drawer front can be an eyesore in your kitchen, but finding a matching replacement can be difficult. At CabinetDoorMart, we offer a wide variety of customizable drawer fronts so that you can find your perfect match.
The beauty of your kitchen depends on how well its cabinets hold up. The base cabinets often act as the foundation for the kitchen, and so when your doors start to sag or fade, it might be time for a facelift. Luckily, at CabinetDoorMart, you can buy just the cabinet doors, so that you do not have to replace all of your kitchen cabinets if the boxes are still in good shape. Just replacing the cabinet doors, also known as refacing them, can be a cost-effective way to give your space a complete makeover.
When you're designing a kitchen, how do you know what the best approach should be? According to experts, kitchens add value and function to your home. You can't go wrong with some basic features such as ample storage and spacious countertops that are easy on the eyes while functional. But when it comes down to fine-tuning details of style or layout there is no one-size-fits-all solution!
A small kitchen can be cozy and feel spacious with the right interior design choices. Paint your walls a lighter color, or add some wallpaper for an accent wall to make it seem brighter. Add high-quality glass tiles on one part of your countertops that reflect natural light into your space and consider adding plants inside cabinets near windows as well! With any small room, you must use your space wisely. You can use color, lighting, and optical illusions to make your space look bigger than it actually is. As a place where you and your family gather, cook, and eat, your kitchen should feel light, bright, and welcoming.
MDF is one of the most sought-after materials for building anything from cabinet doors to furniture, but many homeowners are still wary of it. The assumption is that solid wood will give your cabinets long-term durability, strength, and value. While this is mostly true, there are several places where MDF, or medium-density fiberboard, can actually be the better choice. And so, to make the best choice, it could be helpful to make a pros and cons list for solid wood and MDF cabinets. This way, you will have all the information you need to choose the correct material for your project.
Since they are around eye level, your wall cabinets will be one of the first things people notice when they enter the room. More and more, the kitchen is where people are gathering, so why not make it look stunning. If you are planning to renovate your kitchen or you are adding new wall cabinets, we have a few tips for you!
Kitchen trends come and go, but when you’re remodeling you need to think past current trends. From your appliances to your cabinets, making remodeling choices can be difficult and expensive. This becomes even harder when you have to keep in mind your style as well as long-lasting trends. To make your decision easier, here are five kitchen trends that have longevity.
Summer is the time of year when many find themselves with ample free time they need to complete their home remodel projects. From weather-related delays during colder months to seasonal sales on home improvement goods; here are six reasons why summertime may be just what you're looking for if you want some help sprucing up your abode with a remodel project.