Options for a Kitchen Remodel
A kitchen remodel can be one of the most exciting home construction projects. You’re finally getting the kitchen you always wanted, and you have a ton of design options to choose from.
In this post, we want to take a look at some of the most popular options that homeowners can choose when they decide to start their kitchen remodel project.
Most kitchen designs come with some wasted space at the ends of some of the cabinets. Sometimes it might be at a place where the cabinets come close to the wall or near an appliance. While it is easy to hide the unused space, it is much better to find a way to use it. With pull-out organizers, you can turn these narrow unused spaces into useful storage space. With this option, you have a storage rack that pulls out on a set of rolling drawer slides. When you go with a pull-out organizer, you can have them custom built to fit the space exactly, and you can design it for a wide range of different storage purposes.
Classic White Finish
When deciding on a color scheme or finish, we recommend avoiding the trends and going with something that is timeless. A clean white finish is one of the best options for a kitchen finish that will always look good. White kitchens are always in style. Along with that, white is very easy to design with, and you will not have a hard time finding white appliances to match the finish of your remodeled kitchen.
If you want to save space and give your kitchen a cleaner look, consider taking your microwave off the countertop and having it built into your kitchen design. When adding a built-in microwave to your kitchen design, you have several options. One of the most popular is to have it installed over the countertop under some of the cabinets, but you can also build it in beneath the countertop as well. As long as there is enough space for the appliance, you can pretty much place it anywhere in the kitchen.
A Peg Drawer
If you want to make your plates and other tableware more accessible, a peg drawer is a great option. With this kitchen remodel option, you have a large drawer that is designed with wooden pegs that can be moved around to different positions. With the pegs in there to keep everything in place, you can load the drawers up with things like plates and bowls.
Pull-out Pots and Pans Organizer
Instead of just keeping your pots and pans stacked in a large cabinet under the counters, you can make this space more functional and easier to access. With this option, you have a custom built storage unit that has shelves for your pots, pans and the lids. The storage rack can be built to the size of the shelf space and it can be placed on drawer slides so it can be pulled out for easy access.
Wasted space is a very common feature in kitchen drawers. To get more space from your kitchen drawers, you could build storage inserts for different types of items. This can work really well with cutlery drawers and your drawers for cooking utensils. If you have a junk drawer, you could design two-tier drawers that will clean the space up and keep things more organized.