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-The doors and drawers. When choosing drawers and doors, you'll have the choice of
either framed or panel doors or plain fronts. Decorative panels are often more
appealing to the eye and will give the kitchen more character, but plain fronts never go
out of style. Keep this in mind should you decide to do some cabinet refacing.
- Kitchen countertops. When choosing the surfaces for your workspace, keep in mind
not only how they will be used, but also how they will fit with the overall style of your
kitchen. If your countertops aren't properly coordinated with your cabinet and decor,
you might find yourself unsatisfied with the overall look of your kitchen. Numerous
materials exist for countertops including wood, stainless steel, stone, formica and
laminated plywood, so there is certain to be one that is right for you.
- Kitchen Cabinet Hardware. When selecting your hinges, knobs and drawer slides, you
should choose the best quality you can. Knobs and hinges should match both each
other and the overall style of the room, without being too trendy. Many options are
available in drawer slide styles and functionalities as well.
- kitchen Faucets and Kitchen Sinks. The location of the sink should be convenient with
easy access. Placing it in front of a window is a good idea, to profit from the natural
lighting. The faucet design should blend well with the design of the kitchen, but should
be purchased according to your needs. Many styles and variations are available, from
high arc pot fillers to more traditional styles.
- The strength of your kitchen cabinets. It is essential to test the strength of your
kitchen cabinets, both inside and out. The best place to start is with the drawers -
well-made drawers shouldn't wiggle much or slip from side to side. After that, it is also
very important to test the drawer's railing system. Put some weight on the drawer and
ensure it still glides smoothly.
Kitchen cabinets design and layout
Choosing the material and style you want for your
kitchen cabinets can be overwhelming and
time-consuming. The choices might seem endless, so
it's a good idea to do your homework and plan out what
you need before embarking on a trip to the home
renovation store. First off, be honest with yourself - if
the idea of ripping out your old cabinets and installing
new ones seems too daunting, consider avoiding the
stress and potential mess of it all by getting a
professional to install the cabinets for you. Keep in
mind that while this solution obviously creates less work
for you, the price of your remodeling project will be
considerably higher. In the end the decision is yours on
how much time, effort and money you're willing to invest
in the project.

When you're planning, try mapping out your new kitchen
on a sheet of paper with scaled measurements of your
actual kitchen. This will give you a good idea of how much
room you have to play with and where things will fit best. If
you are planning to install a kitchen island, make sure you
allow yourself enough room to move around your kitchen
with ease.
When creating a space for your stove, make it at minimum
30 inches wide, even if your stove is only 27 inches wide.
The new standard stove size is 30 inches, so by creating
an opening that will accommodate one this size, you
eliminate the need to do it later when you have to buy a
The design or layout of your kitchen cabinets will be based on the space you have
available. When designing your cabinets, keep in mind the kitchen appliances that will
be or are already installed such as a fridge, stove, dishwasher or even a washer and a
dryer. Small appliances installed on the counter such as a microwave, toaster oven, rice
cooker or blender can also affect your layout.
The basic design for kitchen cabinets is a straight line across the longest wall. It's the
easiest to build, but isn't the most creative layout. Other popular shapes are the L and
the U, but the shape you choose will ultimately depend on the space you have
available. Regardless of which design you decide on, it is generally a good idea to plan
to have the fridge and stove a fair distance away from each other - the heat from the
stove could affect how well your refrigerator works.
When deciding on installing or renovating your kitchen cabinets, there are several
things you must consider:
-The layout of your kitchen. If you like the layout and size of your cabinets, but want to
change the look of them, you could replace only the cabinet doors for a quicker and
less messy renovation.
-The type of material. Deciding on the type of material you want for your cabinets is
very important, and though price will surely factor into the decision, it shouldn't be the
only issue. Buying cheap materials may cost less in the short run but your cabinets will
probably have to be replaced in the future. Massif wood (the wood that's typically used
in cabinet construction) is decidedly more durable than veneer-covered doors and
drawers (however they are usually more difficult to clean).
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