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Kitchen Renovation Ideas for Better Organization

Posted on: October 17, 2017

When you hire someone like Anglia Kitchens and Bedrooms to work on your new kitchen design or kitchen renovation project, your goals are typically to create a space that is gorgeous, inviting, and functional. Another vital factor, storage, can often go ignored. This leads to a kitchen you love to look at but may be bereft of a place for every item. As we know quite well, kitchens need a place for every item, lest your space go from exciting to stressful in no time at all.

Today, the design experts at Jack Rosen want to help you understand how to get both at the same time. These are the ways to address your storage and organization needs while creating the gorgeous dream kitchen you’ve always wanted.

Storage & Organization for Kitchen Renovations

The two most efficient ways of tacking organization are to first remove, and then to add. Begin by going over all of your kitchen’s current appliances and tools. We’re betting many of them you never even use, and even those you do use could be updated. Modern kitchen appliances are sleeker and more attractive while also being more space efficient. You can find better and more modern appliances online, such as the best toaster that you can find at the Current website.

Done with your kitchen purge and appliance update? Good! Now we can move to addressing your need for added storage. Luckily, even if you own a small kitchen, there are plenty of good options:

  • Custom cabinetry – Do you have stock cabinets in your current kitchen? If so, we would recommend seeking a custom solution during your renovation. Custom cabinets can be built according to your needs and space, helping you save room.
  • Recessed storage – If you severely lack space (or simply like things streamlined and clean), then recessed storage options are ideal. Cabinets, shelving, and drawers can all be set in the walls or other furniture in your kitchen, which allows you to conserve space and make kitchen traffic less congested.
  • Stacked cabinets – Don’t forget to think vertical. There is nothing at all keeping you from stacking cabinets a mile high in your kitchen. There’s usually a ton of unused space on walls from waist-high and up, so make sure you’re not wasting a single inch of what you have to work with.

Kitchen Remodeling in Maryland

Jack Rosen Custom Kitchens is dedicated to helping you get the kitchen you’ve always pined for. When we complete a project for you, the kitchen should look great, feel great, and accommodate all of your needs-including having adequate storage and organization!

When you’re ready to work with a team that puts your wants and needs first, call (301) 363-4064 or contact Jack Rosen Custom Kitchens online today!

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