Dreaming of a new kitchen? There’s no time like the present to start a wish list of “can’t live withouts” for your future kitchen project. Cabinet Discounters of Maryland, DC & Northern Virginia have an idea or two about what homeowners want in a kitchen and can help you make the kitchen of your dreams a reality.
Here are a few kitchen features to take into consideration when planning your ultimate kitchen:
- A Large Island: When entertaining at home most guests gather in the kitchen– especially around the island. An extra foot or two of countertop depth can allow guests to sit and be entertained while the cook has plenty of workspace.
- Open Aisle Space: Following up on the previous feature; ample space is needed not only for guests to gather, but for cooking efficiency and work flow around major appliances, cabinetry and drawers.
- Speaking of Drawers: Have you considered their ease of accessibility over door cabinets– especially when used as the base cabinet? No more squatting down on the floor and rummaging around in deep disorganized cabinets.
- A Quiet Dishwasher: Most of us run our dishwashers at night and there’s nothing more distracting than a noisy dishwasher to drown out your favorite prime time tv show! Dishwasher noise tends to carry further in open kitchens too!
While all of these functional design elements are great ideas to consider, you will want to take time, space, and of course, budget into consideration when choosing the must-haves of your new kitchen.
But hiring the right remodeling contractor for your project should be the most important factor to consider– hands down! At Cabinet Discounters we have a team of top-notch design experts and quality service and installation professionals that are committed to offering the best products for our customers.
To start planning the kitchen of your dreams we encourage you to continue to explore websites and magazines. Test out friends and neighbors kitchens, and check out our showrooms in Maryland or Northern Virginia. When you’re ready, contact us for a design consultation.