January 28, 2021

Claremont Kitchen Remodel

Our Claremont kitchen remodel in September 2022.

1. Kitchen Cabinets

The kitchen cabinets are the first thing people notice about your home. If they don’t look good, they won’t feel good either. You want to make sure that everything looks clean and organized. Start by cleaning out any old food items and putting them away. Next, organize your spices and utensils. Make sure that you have enough storage space for your dishes and pots. Finally, add some nice lighting fixtures and mirrors to brighten up the room.

2. Appliances

Next, start thinking about what appliances you would like to replace. Do you need a refrigerator? A dishwasher? An oven? Maybe even a stove top? Once you know what you’re looking for, start shopping around. There are many different brands and models to choose from. Don’t get stuck on just one brand though; if you find something else that’s cheaper or better quality, go ahead and buy it!

3. Flooring

Once you’ve got your appliances and furniture picked out, it’s time to think about the flooring. If you want hardwood floors, you’ll need to plan accordingly. Hardwood takes a lot longer to install than tile or laminate. Laminate is easier to install, but it doesn’t last as long. Tile is the easiest option, but it can be expensive. Whatever you decide, make sure that you pick a color scheme that goes well with your existing decor.

4. Lighting

Lighting is probably the biggest factor in determining how much natural light comes into your kitchen. When choosing lights, keep in mind that you want to use dimmers and motion sensors. Dimmers allow you to control the amount of light coming into the room, while motion sensors help prevent you from accidentally turning on the lights when you walk past them.

5. Countertops

Now that you’ve got your cabinets and appliances picked out, it’s finally time to talk countertops. Most people prefer granite or marble, but you can also go with quartz or concrete. Granite and marble are durable and stain resistant, but they can be quite pricey. Quartz and concrete are less expensive options, but they aren’t as durable. Concrete is great for kitchens that are going to be heavily used, while quartz is best for those who only cook occasionally.

6. Faucet

You may not realize it, but faucets play a huge role in the overall appearance of your kitchen. If you’re planning on replacing your current faucet, consider getting a new style. Many modern faucets feature sleek designs and unique features. These faucets are perfect for small bathrooms or kitchens. If you’re looking for something more traditional, you might want to stick with a classic design.

7. Sinks

Sinks are another big decision. You should definitely consider where you want to put your sink. Is it going to be near the back door or the front door? Will it be right next to the fridge or the microwave? Wherever you decide to place it, make sure that it fits in with the rest of your kitchen.

  • Our kitchen remodel consisted of flooring, island, countertops, cabinet installation, and additional storage space created by demoing down unnecessary walls.

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