Remodeling Strategies for a More Spacious Kitchen (Part 1)
Having a spacious kitchen is helpful for so many reasons. Whether you enjoy entertaining, you have a lot of kitchen equipment that requires storage, you enjoy making elaborate meals, or you just prefer having a lot of open space to work with, a spacious kitchen is advantageous for any homeowner. Even if you have a small kitchen, there are several ways to make it more spacious. Here are 3 ways to create more space in your kitchen: Remodeling Strategies for a More Spacious Kitchen
Invest in Custom Cabinetry
One great way to promote more space in your kitchen is by investing in custom cabinetry. Custom cabinetry is a major asset to any kitchen because it is specifically customized to your unique needs and space. Storage is made significantly easier when you can consider your unique space & the items you want to store in conjunction with cabinets that are designed to be conducive to your space. Moreover, custom cabinets are created with quality craftsmanship and can be made with the materials and designs that you want to be featured in your home.
Use Color to Your Advantage
Did you know that color can be a huge asset when it comes to making a room feel larger than it actually is? Color is one of the primary factors that go into making a room feel more spacious. Dark, matte colors tend to make a room feel smaller and more constricted. On the contrary, utilizing light hues like whites, beiges, creams, and pale shades of light colors in your kitchen makes it feel more spacious. One way to add color to your kitchen is by utilizing custom tiling in your kitchen. Backsplash can make your kitchen look bigger (and feel cleaner!). Another great option is to paint your walls and/or trim a light color that will allow light to bounce more freely in the room.
Light Up the Room
A dark room will typically feel smaller and more cramped, so naturally, on the contrary, a well-lit room will feel more open and spacious. This can be done in several ways. House remodelers in Medina MN can install a wide variety of lighting options within your kitchen or any area of your home. General lighting is an important aspect of any room and will help illuminate a room to shed light throughout the space. However, accent lighting is also a key feature of a room that helps highlight and emphasize specific areas and/or objects in the room. What’s more, you can never go wrong with natural lighting; opening up the windows and letting the sun shine into your home is a great way to make your room feel larger and promote an uplifting environment.
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