Taming The Remodeling Beast: Making It Simpler

Fill In Empty Space With Several Kitchen Remodeling Projects

Maximizing functionality in your kitchen is a task that you will find easier to accomplish when utilizing all available space. So, you can work on filling in the empty space around your kitchen to get more storage, workspace, and features. Working with remodeling professionals on a few specific projects is a smart move because you can get incredible and reliable results.

Cabinets and Countertops

While your kitchen should already have countertop space and cabinets, you can take up extra space by adding more. Expanding the existing cabinetry is an excellent option that helps you maintain the same functional and visual design throughout the room. You can also go through this process for a countertop expansion by choosing the same materials, colors, and designs.

Cabinets and countertops will take up horizontal space naturally. However, you will get the best results by also focusing on vertical space when installing new cabinets. Leaving empty space on the walls means missing out on potential storage space that your family could utilize.

Custom-Built Island

Using space in the middle of the kitchen is not an easy thing to do because you do not have many options. Fortunately, you will find that adding a custom-built island is one of the best ways to fill in space. Going with a custom-built one allows you to solve your kitchen's weaknesses and add new features or qualities that your family will enjoy having.

Another benefit is choosing the exact dimensions to give you ample workspace and storage space while leaving enough room to move around comfortably.

Breakfast Nook

When you are satisfied with your countertop and cabinet setup, you may want to add a breakfast nook where your family can eat, relax, and socialize. This feature is highly customizable because you can add a bench, booth, or chairs to provide seating. Another perk is picking the seat and table sizes to make sure the breakfast nook fits without overcrowding.

A simple nook will give your family a valuable feature, but you can go above and beyond to maximum functionality. For instance, building a bench or booth with a storage compartment underneath the seat will give you more storage to use for all your kitchen items. You can also add a window nearby with a large windowsill to beautify the space with plants and decorations.

These projects will help you take up space in your kitchen while providing great functionality. Contact a kitchen remodeling contractor to learn more.