Many kitchen cabinets in Atlanta, Georgia’s historic homes were originally built in the early 1900s or even the late 1800s. In some cases, particularly in homes built before 1910, no kitchen cabinetry existed at all. Instead, storage consisted of shelves, tables, and pantries. In historic homes where cabinetry was originally installed, function is often compromised and storage confined. Often, alignment is also warped and finishes are faded.
When it comes to kitchen design and remodeling, perhaps a few of us have already planned exactly what kind of custom cabinets we want. But for most us, we don’t necessarily know what we like until we see it, or else we’re unsure we can pull off an appealing yet unique style with any measure of success.
Last month, we spent some time discussing what makes a quality custom cabinet that will last, and a couple weeks ago, we talked about how to plan your kitchen for maximum storage. We went over the best materials, construction, hardware, and cabinet types to select for your new kitchen remodeling project.
Within those suggested guidelines, however, you’ll find there’s still great freedom to select a look that best reflects your taste and your home’s overall style. Today, let’s go over a few different presentation options you can consider incorporating into your kitchen renovation.
Clutter is the enemy of creativity, and your kitchen is the last place you’ll want to face it. That doesn’t mean you have to donate all your favorite gadgets to the local charity, though. It just means you’ll want to think through how best to arrange your space for maximum efficiency and enjoyment during your next cooking spree. Here are some great organizational ideas that maximize your storage space and add ease to your work flow for your kitchen remodeling in Atlanta, GA.
Kitchens are among the most popular remodeling projects, which means there’s plenty of information available on choosing the styles and colors that work best for your home. But there’s much less talk about the basics: for instance, what makes for a quality custom kitchen cabinet? Let’s go over a few pointers.