Remodeling your kitchen—the busiest part of your home—can be tricky. If you’re having planning your kitchen remodel, you can consult one of your local kitchen renovation contractors.
With their years of experience, a kitchen designer can help you:
Design an Efficient Kitchen Layout
Multitasking is a must in any kitchen. That’s why it’s important that the kitchen layout doesn’t interfere with the flow of movement. There are no hard-and-fast rules about kitchen organization. However, in general, most kitchen layouts follow either the kitchen triangle concept or the work zone design concept.
The Kitchen Triangle Vs Work Zones
The three points of the kitchen triangle are the refrigerator, range, and sink, which are all placed four to nine feet away from each other to form a roughly equilateral triangle. By placing the three most frequently used areas in your kitchen next to each other, unnecessary movement can be reduced and workflow efficiency optimized. Work zones, on the other hand, divide the kitchen into areas that each have a specific function, like food storage, food prep, cleaning and waste disposal, and cutlery storage.
Which is the best design principle for your kitchen? It depends on your needs and preferences. Kitchen contractors always take them into account before making a recommendation.
Increase Your New Kitchen’s Functionality
A cooktop, countertops, and sufficient storage space are some of the features every kitchen should have. However, if you want to improve your new kitchen’s functionality, the contractor from one of your local kitchen remodeling companies might suggest adding a kitchen island, which can double as a casual dining area.
Keep Your Kitchen Remodel Within Budget
Renovating an old kitchen is expensive. However, with the help of your contractor, you can craft a meticulous budget that can keep your kitchen renovations within budget.
Envy Home Services, a company with over 20 years of construction experience, offers professional kitchen remodeling services. To get a free estimate, call us at (888) 847-7954 or fill out this form.