When making changes and upgrades to your kitchen, it is often useful to consult the help of professional kitchen designers. For many homeowners and families, the kitchen is the busiest room in the house. It is important to design a kitchen that is both stylish and efficient and consulting professional kitchen designers can help turn your visions into a reality.
Here are 4 simple ways professional kitchen designers can refresh an outdated space.
1. New Countertops
Installing new kitchen countertops can be pricey, but doing so can have a huge impact on the look and feel of your space. To add a dramatic flair to any space or tie together a color scheme, consult your kitchen designer about your options for countertops.
Countertop materials could include laminate, quartz, natural stone, and wood. Your professional kitchen designers will consult with you in choosing the best materials for your kitchen, based on your design preferences and lifestyle.
Countertop colors can visually affect the amount of space and light available in your kitchen. Color options can range from classic neutrals to bold brights and help coordinate the kitchen with the other areas of the home. Patterns can mimic natural marble and stone concrete or have striking movement if you desire something more exotic.
2. Replace Faucet and Decorative Hardware
Your kitchen’s plumbing and hardware should be both stylish and efficient. Kitchen designers can work with you to help you determine the best kitchen plumbing for your style and need. Adding “jewelry” to your kitchen, decorative knobs and pulls, can add a decorative flair and a touch of your personal style to any space. With thousands of options for customizable decorative kitchen hardware on the market, professional kitchen designers can help you select the best styles for your home.
3. Add Under Cabinet Lighting
Brighten your kitchen with under-cabinet lighting, an upgrade that makes your kitchen more efficient and allows you to highlight design elements. With many popular styles and types of lighting that can be installed under your cabinets, a professional kitchen designer can help you find the style that is best for your space.
4. Upgrade Tile Backsplash
To protect and enhance the wall space between the countertop and cabinets, consider adding backsplash tile to your kitchen. Tile backsplash often becomes the focal point of your space, so allow your kitchen designer to help you select a style that injects more of your personality into the kitchen.
Capitol Kitchen & Bath’s expert team of designers is ready to make your dream kitchen a reality. Whether it’s upgrading your countertops or helping you select the right backsplash pattern for your space, our expert staff is here to help make your next project easy. Contact us today for a free consultation with one of our designers today.