Organization and functionality do not come smoothly in a kitchen, especially if you have a small kitchen.
How many times have you run out of space and had to stack mismatched stuff together? Do people get in your way as everyone’s trying to do their own thing during the evening socialization?
Have you ever found yourself fumbling haphazardly for cookware because it’s dark inside the cabinets? Small problems like these collectively contribute to time and sanity wasted.
These simple ideas will help you make the most of your kitchen space, and keep it well-ordered.
1. HIDDEN CABINETS
If you’ve ever wondered what that quirky L-shaped corner-cabinet space is good for, a tiered carousel is your answer. The double-layered smooth-sliding racks make use of all the space in the perpendicular corner so that you can clear the countertops of rarely-used items.
2. ORGANIZATION-FRIENDLY DRAWERS
Custom cabinetry—these are the two magic words which will eliminate those little frustrating moments where you’re waving your hand around to get to the right utensils. And it’s not just the spoons and forks you can get organized drawers for; when you’ve got bottles and bottles of spices and preference for keeping the Italian and Mexican herbs separate, a divided space is so very satisfying!
3. VERTICAL WALL STORAGE
We’re talking narrow wall shelves, wall racks, and wall hooks. Getting to the kitchen items you frequently use can become messy when you’re opening and closing cabinets. Wall fixtures can speed things up, as well as help you maximize convenient storage spaces in your kitchen.
4. ISLAND WORKSTATION
When you’re in a household where everyone makes it to the kitchen of the evening banter, go for a center kitchen island, with plenty of space for a durable countertop and flexible cabinetry.
That way, you can be in the middle of the bustle, doing your work comfortably, while no one around you becomes a hindrance.
5. INDUCTION COOKTOP
If you’re an energy-conscious homeowner, an induction cooktop is your way to go. The lack of gas and open flames and metal fixtures means that it’s much easier to clean than regular stovetops, and it’s also much quicker to heat up than a ceramic hob. The sleek style will fit right into both traditional and modern kitchens themes.
Reach out to us to enjoy a great custom kitchen remodel experience!