Home Remodeling Crash Course: What I Learned the Hard Way

Want To Expand Your Kitchen? Invest In Custom Cabinetry

If you are someone who spends a lot of time in your kitchen, it makes sense to expand this space compared to other parts of your home such as the dining room or living room. When you increase the size of the kitchen, you should work with professionals to add more of what is needed.

Although you may like the cabinetry in your kitchen, you may not have enough room to store all your kitchenware. In some cases, you may also refrain from buying certain foods at local stores because you know that all your cabinets are full and you cannot fit anything else comfortably.

While expanding the kitchen, you should work with cabinet professionals to make new cabinets.

Replace Existing Cabinets

The first thing that you will want to figure out is replacing the existing cabinets. Although you could keep them and focus on adding new ones to the kitchen, you would end up with cabinetry that has two looks and different lifespans. By replacing the old cabinetry, you will get an opportunity to change the precise layout for all the cabinets to meet your needs perfectly.

A great example is wanting to get a bigger refrigerator but not being able to due to the cabinet measurements in the surrounding area. With the replacement cabinets, you can shave a few inches off near the refrigerator to make enough room for a future upgrade in terms of size.

While your cabinets may provide a lot of functionality, you may also be interested in going with a different approach such as doorless cabinets. If you have held back because the cabinet interiors are not that attractive, you can make sure the new cabinets are pleasant to look at.

Install New Cabinets

With extra space in the kitchen, you can work closely with professionals to decide on cabinet measurements to fill in the expanded area. An excellent option is going with floor-to-ceiling cabinets because you will be maximizing how much organized storage you can get in the space.

Mixing in open shelving and standard cabinets may be worth considering because it will give you an opportunity to conceal food and kitchenware while also putting some on display.

Replacing the cabinetry in your kitchen at the same time that you add new cabinets is worthwhile because it will help you match the designs. Investing in custom cabinets will give you a lot of extra storage space that should improve your overall experience with using the kitchen regularly.

Reach out to a company such as Encore Cabinets & Design to learn more.

About Me

Home Remodeling Crash Course: What I Learned The Hard Way

One of the most challenging times for me as a homeowner was when my family was growing but my house was not. We were quickly running out of room and things felt cramped. That's when I started looking into the possibility of remodeling the house to add a couple of extra bedrooms and expand the living area. I had no idea how complex the process would be or what was involved, but I learned a lot along the way. Now that the work is done, I have created this site to help teach others what I didn't know going into the plans. I hope that the information here empowers you and makes your upcoming remodeling project easier.


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