Kitchen Remodel: Get in the Zone
When planning a kitchen remodel, professionals talk a lot about “the work triangle.” This refers to the concept that – since the key activities in the kitchen revolve around the refrigerator, stove, and sink – these should be placed in the kitchen following the shape of a triangle. Essentially, the goal was to maximize space…Read More
Kitchen Remodel: Traffic Patterns
Planning a kitchen remodel? A good starting point is to analyze your kitchen traffic patterns during different times of the day. Here’s are a few questions to ask to help you understand what you might want to change before you begin your kitchen remodel.Read More
Kitchen Remodel: Understanding Your Kitchen Traffic
When planning your kitchen remodel, always look toward the future. You’ll want to get good mileage out of your new kitchen, so it’s important to understand how it’s currently used – and how it may be used in the future. Here are some key questions to ask when remodeling your kitchen to make sure your investment will…Read More
Kitchen Remodel: What Will You Do on Your Island?
An island is a hot commodity in the kitchen. It’s versatile too! It can serve as valuable cabinet storage, a central hub for breakfast, or a great work surface. A kitchen island can also be a visual centerpiece — bringing color and function together. Here are some things to think about when you’re updating a kitchen island.Read More