How to Plan Out Your Kitchen Installation
There are a lot of small factors that come into play when planning out a kitchen installation for your home. Even non-kitchen factors such as the design and structure of your home’s other rooms factor in when you’re figuring out the process of how everything will fit. Here are some thoughts that you should consider while you navigate through the kitchen design and installation process.
Consider your home’s current design
You’re probably asking yourself, “The kitchen is only one part of my home; I don’t need to really think about the rest of the place, right?” Absolutely not! Take your entire space into consideration when planning out a kitchen installation. Does the area of your home that your kitchen is in have an open or closed floor plan design? Where should your refrigerator be situated? Think about certain appliances you expect your design to have and how they will complement the other rooms from both a logistical and aesthetic standpoint.
What do you need?
This part of the process can be both exciting and daunting. Now comes the part where you are actively picking and choosing products that will define your kitchen. Here are some questions you should ask when looking for materials suited for your kitchen’s plan:
- Will I want an island or a table? Perhaps both?
- What type of wood and finish should my cabinets be?
- What type of countertop do I want?
- What type of flooring?
By keeping these questions in mind as you begin looking for solutions to your kitchen’s different needs, you’ll be in great shape when it comes time to start shopping.
Who will help with the actual installation?
You’ve carefully thought out your design and have everything that you want for the kitchen itself. All you’re left with now is purchasing the elements and the installation. A kitchen remodel certainly is not something you want to DIY, and it’s best to hire a contractor to work through the installation.
At Tri State Kitchens, our team is here to help with all of the different aspects of your kitchen remodel. We understand that working with a specific contractor might be a priority of yours, which is why we offer installed kitchens without providing the construction work! Our design team will work closely with you to bring your ideas to life and help you select the cabinets, finishes, and countertop options that best fit your lifestyle. From there, you’ll be able to work with your trusted contractor on the other aspects of the project.
Contact Tri State Kitchens
Planning a full kitchen remodel can be a big task, but it doesn’t need to be stressful! No project is too big or too small for us to handle. With our team of experts and great attention to detail, we’ll make your process as smooth as possible. Call us today at 603-595-4339 or fill out our contact form to get started!