How to Avoid the 10 Most Common Kitchen Design Dilemmas
J Millet Construction Provides Its Customers Tips On How To Avoid The Most Common Dilemmas During Your Kitchen Design
When it comes to kitchen planning, designers hear the same complaints from homeowners about what’s wrong or frustrating about their kitchens. Most of these recurring problems and their resulting complaints stem from a kitchen not having been designed with the owners’ needs in mind (often the case, of course, with inherited kitchens).
If you hire good designers, they’ll spend time asking you how you live in your home; how you use, or would like to use, your kitchen; and about your lifestyle, tastes and habits. You could get a head start by making a list of your kitchen likes and dislikes, frustrations and wishes, to help you avoid the issues outlined below.
Not enough storage. One of the most common kitchen design problems resulting from poor planning is insufficient
storage. This can easily lead to clutter, mess and frustration. Yet even in really small kitchens, generous
upper and lower cabinets should be achievable — you just need careful and sometimes imaginative planning to
fully maximize the space.
Kitchen corner units, for example, can make use of otherwise unused space. Pullout corner organizers keep contents accessible...
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