How do all those people get such nice kitchen designs, when my kitchen is so awful? Sound familiar? There are a lot of bad kitchens out there and you might live with one of them. You don't have to put up with a kitchen you hate. You can change it in small ways and in major ways. If you start with a good kitchen cabinet design, the rest of the kitchen will fall into place. Sometimes a new coat of paint will do wonders and cost little. Other times the only way to get a decent, working kitchen is to gut the space and start over.
Reaching items near the back of the bottom few shelves in a kitchen cabinet can be difficult, especially as we age. Replacing these shelves with shallow drawers on wheels makes it easy to get to everything. Carefully building the drawers using sturdy hard wood permits them to hold more weight and prevents them from breaking, maximizing usable storage space.
The first step to a new kitchen that really works for you is to make a list of what is not working in the existing kitchen. List all the elements that are worn out and need replacing. List appliances and counters that are in inconvenient places. If the kitchen area is too small, look for areas that it can expand to. Maybe it is next to a formal dining room you never use, or a living room that is too large and can give some space to the kitchen and still serve it's function well. The wall between the kitchen and living room can be replaced with an open counter space. For structural changes like this, you will need a professional contractor.
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