The kitchen plays a vital role in most homes. It’s the one place in the house where everyone can come together for an extremely important cause – mealtime. What do you do, though, if there’s not enough room for your favorite people and treasured cooking essentials? A kitchen remodel of course!
The kitchen remodeling professionals of RFMC have come up with some great ideas to help you expand the scope of your kitchen.
Workspace: Need a little more elbow room in the kitchen? Minimal workspace can become a real headache when trying to prepare big meals for the family – especially with a packed house around the holidays. With a properly executed kitchen remodel, however, you can add bigger, better countertops that will give you more than enough real estate for large cooking projects. You may even consider adding a floating island to your kitchen for portable counter space at a moment’s notice.
Lighting: Even if lighting doesn’t physically expand the kitchen, it can do wonders to make the space feel bigger. Pull back the curtains and make use of any natural light coming in through windows to add warmth and depth to your kitchen. Proper lighting not only makes a room feel larger, it can also improve the mood of people who spend a great deal of time in the area.
Organization: Don’t let clutter and disorganization scare you away from your own kitchen. There’s plenty you can do during a kitchen remodel to tackle the mess and organize like a pro. Walk-in pantries and recessed shelving are great ways to keep supplies out of the way, and they also add a stylish touch to your kitchen. Think about the space that isn’t being used under the sink, atop the fridge, and behind pantry doors. These are ideal places to store important items that aren’t used on a daily basis.
Don’t dread your next family gathering for lack of space. When you hire kitchen remodeling experts, like the crew at RFMC, you’ll be able to turn your cramped cookery into the expansive kitchen you deserve. Contact us at (559) 299-7613, and we’ll be more than happy to get to work for you.