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According to The Times, room to manoeuvre is essential

by:KingKonree     2020-08-31

Despite the various ways in which people's lifestyles have transformed over the past several decades, the kitchen remains the heart of any property. The newspaper suggested that it is also the hardest-working room, 'accommodating activities from watching television to memorising times tables (mostly kids) and sleeping (mostly dogs and cats)'.

That's before even considering its main functions: cooking and entertaining. But interior designers are making the most of their kitchen space by investing in appliances that can tuck away into cupboards and sinks that can fold into walls to provide more worktop space when they are not in use.

What's more, The Times suggested that old-fashioned larders are making a comeback in kitchens across the UK, as people come to realise that they present an efficient space-saving option.

It also cited a growing trend among interior designers working in small kitchens - which could give inspiration to homeowners struggling with their own cramped space - to install fewer cabinets and use lighting in order to create a more roomy view.

Remodeling a kitchen will most likely be the most expensive and longest-lasting project a homeowner will undertake. But don't let this scare you off. In spite of the 3-day magic change-outs accomplished before your eyes on fantasy TV shows, a kitchen remodel with new appliances, flooring, lighting, fixtures, cabinets and counters will probably extend beyond three months! Of course, the time frame will be determined by the extent of the project. But in the end, the results will be very satisfying and you will have added to the value of your home.

If you're really planning a total kitchen remodel, I'd highly recommend engaging the services of a professional space planner and kitchen expert. You may know someone who specializes in this area of interior design, or you could find someone to guide you at one of the many home improvement centers around the country. Whether you pay them just for the design or the completed job, the money will be well-spent and you'll most likely save money in the end.

There are many elements in kitchen remodeling to consider. Your budget will determine how much you can do. You'll have to decide what to change and what to keep. The home may have a good working space and but be unattractive. Or this may be your once-in-a-lifetime chance to create the ultimate gourmet kitchen.

If you're a serious cook, undoubtedly more money will be spent on the appliances and food-preparation surfaces than cosmetic elements. If your idea of cooking is warming something in a micro-wave (you're not alone), you may want to dedicate more of your funds to the look of the space.

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