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11 Beautiful Kitchen Remodeling Ideas

The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in ahome and when you start thinking about remodeling, it's often one of the first places that people start.

12/09/2019

 

Who doesn’t love the kitchen? Ask anyone around you and if they answer “no”, they are either lying or an alien from outer space who is yet to learn the ways of human life.

Your kitchen is one of the most important rooms in the entire house and when you start thinking about remodeling, the kitchen is often one of the first places that people start.

Kitchen remodeling is a tall task. With so many options and great designs out there, how do you choose which is the right one? The best thing to do is to continue doing as much research and listening to that inner voice in your head, telling you which way is the right way to go.

Not only will you be improving the look and style of your kitchen, but you’ll also be driving up the home value as well!

Without further ado, here are 11 great kitchen remodeling ideas for you to digest.

 

A Patterned Backsplash

Perfect for keeping any kitchen debris off of your walls, a backsplash is a great way to add some practicality and beauty to your kitchen.

Make it even more beautiful by choosing some colored or patterned tiles.

 

A Cabinet Upgrade

Cabinets are likely to wear down over time, carrying such a load and constant use. It’s best to bring in a contractor for such a heavy job.

If you just want a simple makeover, try painting them in order to give them a much fresher look and keep your kitchen looking great.

 

Exposed Brick

Exposed brick and walls have been a huge trend in cool bookstores or nifty cafes, so why not bring that look into your kitchen?

It saves you work from having to cover them up, finish them, or find some creative way to make the room look more complete. Don’t fret, it’s OK to have things be unfinished!

 

Open Shelving

Not only will you avoid being hit in the face by a cabinet door, but you will also be able to stack and organize plenty of things easily and quickly.

You don’t just have to limit these shelves to your kitchen utensils, but you can also sprinkle in some homey things like pictures, candles, or small decorations.

 

Barn Doors

Another huge trend in interior design are barn doors, fantastic for saving space and hiding away your pantry.

Installing one is pretty easy and they look great too. You might find yourself installing barn doors all around the house by the time you’re finished.

 

Open it Up

Open floor plans are in! While one may think this style might be reserved for living and dining rooms, the truth is you can open up your kitchen as well.

Add a bar style area or look at removing the wall that separates it from the adjoining room. You can use elements of both rooms to complement each other.

 

All White

Perfect for a room where tidiness is essential, an all-white kitchen is a not-so-quite bold move that leaves your kitchen looking beautiful.

You can decorate your room with different colored kitchen utensils that seem to pop out when looking at them from afar.

 

Use Antique Items

Similar to using unfinished styles, there’s nothing wrong with throwing something a little antique into your kitchen.

Look to repurpose various items that may seem like junk from the outside into being useful items for your kitchen.

 

Go Vertical

When looking for storage or decoration space, you might be surprised to see you have more space than you originally thought. There is plenty of vertical space for hanging plants or a hanging fruit basket.

In addition, you can use wall-colored boxes on top of shelves to sneakily hide away some non-essential items.

 

Let in Natural Light

If you’re planning on having an open floor plan and all-white layout, natural light is a perfect complement to those two features.

Not only will you cut back on your electric bill, but you’ll be able to bring in plenty of vitamin D and sunlight to your home.

 

Smart Devices

Everything has a “smart” moniker on it, so why not bring in some smart devices to your kitchen? Find ways to make your life easier while cutting back on utilities.

If nothing else, they’ll be great conversation starters for anyone that comes to your house!

 

 

 

 

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