Steps To Take For Your Dream Kitchen
Your Dream Kitchen . Farrah from inspire me home decor today we’re going to talk about kitchens a few years ago i remodeled my kitchen and I mean completely remodeled and I find a lot of questions from you guys so today I’m going to share with you my thought process why children and materials and colors and later on we’re going to go to William studio and grand rapids michigan where i’ll be showing you different options for your kitchen remodel stay tuned the first thing you’re going to want to do when embarking on this project is pick out the colors of your cabinets to save money we decided to reuse the cabinetry we already had they were still in perfect condition I was just not very happy with the color that honey maple ground it just felt outdated to me so we had a company come out sand them and then spray-paint them you guys the kitchen is the heart of the home so you want with a remodel like this the end result to look professionally done so don’t skimp on this project.
If you’re going with light cabinets consider choosing warm-toned wall color to balance things out you don’t have to go with one color for your cabinets you can mix and match them add one color to all the cabinets that are against the wall and then another color to your island be very picky and take your time when choosing your handles they can definitely are they your cabinetry design in our old kitchen we had corian countertops we decided to change them out and invest in granite countertop i went with warm undertones of the beige the white and the brown they totally makes the room feel so cozy and warm especially when it’s snowing outside we change that are outdated appliances and went with new appliances from kenmore elite the fridge the microwave and the gas range top speaking of appliances if I regret changing out anything it would be this we have a glass top before changing out to a gas range the glass-top was so easy to clean and now this is so hard to clean looks good but very annoying I’m a huge fan of natural stone so for the backsplash it was an easy choice for me to break it up a little bit from that subway tile look I went with a fun prints of natural stone and glass tile all around the kitchen the space between the cabinets and the ceiling felt really empty.
Steps To Take For Your Dream Kitchen
So I decided to add some accent pieces right on top of the cabinets working with an open-concept floor plan it was very important to me that the design and the feel of this kitchen flowed really well with our kitchen eating area in our family room for a cohesive look something I struggled with was what type of flooring to put in before the renovation we had wood floors i love the look and feel of wood floors in any room but with any high-traffic area we had a lot of damage so we decided to go with tile this was a fun purchase a touch less fossil your kitchen can look good but it also has to serve your day-to-day life i am a huge coffee drinker.
So I decided to take this counter space and use it as a coffee bar remember it is all in the details your cabinet hardware your choice of paint colors how you choose to mix and match your materials every single decision leads to your dream kitchen so to summarize for those designing their kitchen step one is to choose your cabinetry step to your counters and your backsplash step 3 your flooring step for wall paint color step 5 appliances step 6 the core and accents to complete your look and step 7 enjoy your hard work check out this transitional style kitchen i love this bold pop of color added to the island blue is definitely a trend right now in kitchen cabinetry and if you’re going to go that route I would recommend that you do it on your kitchen island just in case you get tired of it a few ones down the road farmhouse-style kitchens are popping up everywhere talk about a statement design this modern style kitchen has me drooling love to mix and match of material the wood on the cabinets and the small appliances makes for a great small kitchen solution here’s a traditional option for you warm tone cabinetry a classic backsplash and copper details makes for a timeless look loving that waterfall look Lock this contemporary design check out the open shelving the gloss cabinetry and clean lines and the fun details on the island