When it’s time to remodel your kitchen, you don’t want to simply “settle” for whatever you can get. Especially when it comes to your cabinets. Not only are cabinets functional and necessary, but they are as much a part of your decor as your flooring, lighting fixtures, and countertops. Going all out may not make the functional part any more functional, but they can certainly bring great joy, comfort, and pleasure for years to come.
Cabinets and Countertops
We spend a lot of time in the bathroom, what with morning preparation for the day, evening beauty routines, and relaxing in a hot bath after a long day. Although we may not consider it, the bathroom is also one of the primary rooms our guests are likely to see when they visit. Surprisingly, in spite of regular use, the bathroom is often overlooked when people consider options for home improvement. It’s true, bathroom redesign can be a daunting task. There is a large bathtub or enclosed shower, the sink and it’s associated plumbing, and of course, the toilet. But revamping your bathroom doesn’t have to mean a full-scale overhaul. Simple changes, such as a new cabinets and countertops, can bring renewed functionality and value to your bathroom space without major alterations to the plumbing components.
If you want more space in your kitchen, you don’t have to change the floor plan. Look for contemporary cabinets that give you plenty of storage and open up the room. Here are three key features to look for:
Kitchen cabinets set the stage for your kitchen. Open shelf cabinets are a great tool to open up the room and personalize the space. If you want to add an open shelf cabinet, or you’re considering replacing all of your upper cabinets with open shelving, keep these three design tips in mind: