Like most kitchens built in the 1970s, this one was cramped and dated, making it a prime candidate for remodeling. To open it up, the cabinets and bar that separated the kitchen from the adjoining den were removed, as well as the wall separating the room from the living room of the house. Watch this video to find out more.
This kitchen was in need of remodeling, not for looks but to improve the way it functioned. The original kitchen was crowded and cramped, with an island that broke up the space and limited movement. Watch this video to see how we remedied the situation by removing walls to open up the kitchen and add more space.
We’re in the middle of a kitchen renovation and are removing all the old cabinets so they can be replaced with new ones. One common problem contractors and homeowners have when tackling a kitchen renovation like this is what to do with everything that’s leftover. We try to recycle or reuse anything we can, but there’s still going to be a lot of waste left behind.
The return on your investment for any home improvement project, including remodeling your kitchen, will depend on the real estate market in your area as well as how large a renovation you have in mind. Watch this video to find out more.
If you’re planning a major kitchen renovation, consider consulting a kitchen designer. They can not only help you better organize the space in your kitchen, but provide assistance in the selection of cabinets, countertops, and appliances as well. Watch this video to find out more.
When renovating or remodeling your kitchen, it’s important to consider the function and layout and update it to fit your needs. A professional kitchen designer can provide plans to organize the space available, as well as help in choosing the style, finish, and hardware for all the kitchen components. Watch this video to find out more.
I think this is one of the most common questions I get asked. It’s usually followed by, “I just don’t think I could do something like that.” While it’s true that a DIY approach is a personal decision, let me show you a little kitchen DIY project by an old college buddy of mine, Mark MacDonald, that may help swing you over the fence. Read on to find out more