HOW TO DESIGN AN OPEN KITCHEN

Designing your home with an open floor plan is very popular today. There are many advantages to an open floor plan, including the illusion of a much larger space. Instead of separating each room with walls, keeping spaces interconnected to make one bigger, combined room makes homes more practical for entertaining and interaction. Open floor […] Read more

Nov, 23, 2014

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KITCHEN SEATING OPTIONS

The look of the kitchen is changing. As open layouts continue to replace highly segmented floor plans, the traditions of the dining room are changing as well. Gone are the days where a dining room table is an absolute necessity. Although the simple concept of a table and four chairs may work for some, others […] Read more

Nov, 23, 2014

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KITCHEN ISLAND

Adding an island into the kitchen layout is a highly used trend in kitchen design today. A well planned island can improve the functionality of the kitchen by providing additional space appliances, storage, and work surfaces. It can also help divide work triangle areas while still creating a connected and open space. Many islands have […] Read more

Nov, 23, 2014

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THE LAYOUT AND WORK TRIANGLE

After you have determined the type of kitchen renovation that will be done (a remove and replace or a complete remodel) it is time to focus on the actual design plan of the kitchen. In previous articles, it is advised that the layout and functionality of the kitchen accommodate your lifestyle. Your kitchen layout should […] Read more

Nov, 23, 2014

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DEFINE YOUR REMODEL

A kitchen remodel can fall into one of two broad categories: a remove and replace, or a complete remodel. Understanding which remodel your planning for your home will help you determine your project objectives, develop your kitchen plan, and create your budget. Remove and replace The remove and replace is the most common type of […] Read more

Nov, 23, 2014

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