Remodeling any portion of your home, but especially a room you consistently use like a kitchen or bathroom, can be very fun as well as very stressful. The last thing you want after going through such a huge endeavor and spending so much money is to not be satisfied with the end result. In order to help you make the best decisions for you and your family we found this article that we hope will help you!
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You’ve decided to remodel your kitchen. Now what? Not knowing where to start, many homeowners fall into two camps. Some start by looking at appliances. Others start by collecting inspiring kitchen photos. Some decide they need more room. Others simply want to upgrade their current kitchen. Homeowners may find themselves in this exploration stage for a year or longer before they start interviewing kitchen designers or general contractors.
Once you’ve pondered long enough and you’re ready to green-light a kitchen remodeling project, then what? We’ll start with the first 9 steps and we’ll get into the nitty-gritty details under specific steps as we move through the complete workbook.
Step 1: Think about what you need
This step is all about how you use your kitchen, and finding the layout and features that fit your household’s lifestyle. Get ideas from every resource possible, including Houzz guides and photos, showrooms, books, magazines and blogs.
Think about your priorities: how many people will be cooking and gathering here, and how they’ll need to move around in it. Do you need an addition? Or can you work with your existing kitchen footprint?
If you haven’t already, start saving photos of kitchens with features that suit your style. Your collection can be organized and beautiful like a scrapbook or it can be filled with random, unorganized images. I actually prefer the latter, because I like to randomly stuff images into my folders and ideabooks and go back to them later on for edits.
Need more storage in your kitchen? Checkout this article about kitchen storage for busy homeowners that could be of interest to you.
For all the steps click here: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/1198907/list/Homeowner-s-Workbook–How-to-Remodel-Your-Kitchen