A kitchen remodel in your Denver home is an exciting adventure. However, it can also be intimidating and a little overwhelming. This is a major home project, and you may feel a little inconvenienced and not know what to fully expect for a few weeks.
Here are a few ideas to help you best prepare for your upcoming kitchen remodel.
Work With the Professionals
Before the construction begins, always work with kitchen design professionals. These individuals can help you design your ideal kitchen with the perfect layout, cabinets, countertops, and light fixtures. They have unique and creative ideas that will help to customize this space for your family, baking needs, and much more.
Keep in mind that not only should you work with kitchen design experts, but you must always hire professional contractors as well. This will ensure the entire remodel process from start to finish is completed correctly, and no corners are cut.
Getting Ready for Your Kitchen Remodel
Before the project begins, spend time preparing your home. Pull out all personal items and place them in another area on your property where they will be safe. You may want to move food and dishware to areas in your home that are convenient and accessible, particularly while construction is underway.
The more prepared you are for a kitchen remodel in your Denver home, the more you will enjoy the process. You will feel less stressed and will be able to handle any challenge or obstacle that comes along with more grace and understanding.
Contact The Kitchen Showcase in Denvertoday to schedule your showroom tour. You can browse through all different styles, kitchen designs, products, and more to help you create the perfect space in your home. If you cannot visit us in person, check out our online gallery and virtual tour capabilities.
Homeowners are starting to see the value in spending a little money on the lesser visited rooms in the home. The laundry room is something that we typically hide away in a room far, far away. The laundry room is the room that we skip when giving a tour of the home. However, spending a few extra dollars in your laundry room can make this room pleasant, vibrant, and efficient, and it will turn laundry day from a chore into a treat.
Make better use of the space in your laundry room
The laundry room is typically reserved for the smallest and least convenient room in the home. When you’re working with a small space, you need to get creative with storage space. You’re going to need a mix of various ways to store things.
When designing a laundry room, start by making a list of all the things that you see being stored in your laundry room:
Being specific about how you intend to use your laundry room will help you design cabinetry and counter space that is going to make your laundry room efficient and fabulous.
Remember, if you don’t have enough room to in the laundry to fit all these items, don’t feel overwhelmed. You will need: a) to make a priority list of those items you want to see the least – or want to hide the most.
b) go for smart storage options.
Modern and functional storage spaces
You want everything to be organized so that the detergents are close to the machines, that the drying rack is close to the countertop where you are sorting and folding.
Using shelving for detergents makes them easy and convenient to grab and makes the best sense to be located right over the washer and dryer.
Custom design a broom closet to perfectly house your mop, bucket, broom, and vacuum
Create large deep drawers to store towels and linens
Create cabinets to house your laundry hampers so that the dirty laundry is out of sight, making your laundry room feel more clean and organized
Use natural light to your advantage
Create a workspace and counter space by the window so that you are working in the natural sunlight. You may be inclined to utilize the space under a window for your washer and dryer, but you’d be wasting the natural sunlight on inanimate objects, whereas letting the rays hit your face as you’re sorting, folding, and ironing laundry will leave you feeling much happier and invigorated.
Also, having a natural aeration/ventilation is a much better option than not having any.
Modernize your laundry room
Using light, warm, earthy tones will make your laundry room feel clean, fresh, and bright. You can also mix and match cabinetry, both colors, and materials to give the room more dimension and character. However, make sure everything complements each other. If you make your laundry room too busy with style, materials, and colors, you could make it feel frantic and claustrophobic.
Denver home design experts
The Kitchen Showcase (TKS) is located in Centennial, Colorado. TKS has been helping homeowners, builders, and interior designers fall in love with their homes for over 30 years. We are a family-owned business that specializes in best-in-class brands and expert service and design. We offer greater quality and value than any kitchen and bath company in Colorado. You get much, much more for your investment.