Transforming Your Outdated Kitchen into a Chef’s Kitchen
The kitchen is truly the heart of the home and the ‘nerve center’ of any house. That’s why it’s often the focus of major home renovations. Follow this guide to transform your outdated kitchen into a functional chef’s kitchen designed and equipped for cooking and entertaining:
- Replace Undesirable Flooring: Replacing the flooring in your outdated kitchen can take it to a new level of style and sophistication instantly. There are numerous types of beautiful and durable flooring for you to choose from, including hardwood, ceramic tile or even natural stone. When choosing your flooring consider picking a complementary backsplash tile at the same time.
- Create Efficient Preparation Space: Every great chef needs his or her space to prepare meals. Expand your cutting and chopping space by adding a kitchen island and extending countertops. Replace old, worn out countertops with attractive and long-lasting materials like granite or quartz.
- Store Servingware in Modern Cabinets: Updating cabinetry is an instant makeover for your kitchen. Choose a style that reflects your home’s mood and the vibe you wish to portray. These new cabinets will become the perfect home for a novice chef’s cookware, dishes, and cutlery. Don’t forget to complete the new look with modern accessories, such as eye-catching knobs or handles.
- Make Room for New Stainless Steel Appliances: You may need to reconfigure your kitchen design to make space for high-quality appliances like side-by-side refrigerators. This home renovation may entail tearing down walls or building partitions, but it will reap tremendous aesthetic and practical rewards in the long run.
At Timberlake Building & Renovations, our design and renovation experts excel in providing our Maryland customers with the custom kitchen they’ve always wanted. No matter how big or small your project is we can help you achieve it with the highest level of professionalism and experience. Call us at (443) 837-3105 to set up your free consultation today.