Plano Kitchen Remodeling Design FAQS

For our clients in cities in and around Plano, kitchen remodeling can be an exciting yet daunting endeavor. Most people start out with a dizzying array of questions that make it difficult to even get started. Here are a few FAQs to help you on your way.FAQ for Plano kitchen remodeling designHow can I use lighting to make my kitchen feel larger?Natural lighting is one of the most effective ways to open up any space. Having large sliding doors or windows installed nearby will provide ample light in lieu of a dull, dark wall. Another great idea is to have a skylight installed above the kitchen.What are some things I can do to maximize my kitchen storage capacity?The great thing about starting over is the ability to design ahead for smarter storage. For example, you can double your cabinet space simply by building additional cabinet space up higher.Is a customized kitchen remodeling design worth my investment?The kitchen is one of the most prized areas of the home. If you value healthy home cooked meals and quality time with your family, a warm and welcoming space designed with your family’s needs in mind is easily worth the investment.What advice do you have for those who are struggling to pick a kitchen remodeling design?We are seeing a lot of kitchens and homes that combine the warmth and richness of traditional design elements with the clean lines that modern designs are known for. Try doing a search online for “Transitional style” for some possible ideas.Will omitting a kitchen island in my remodeling plans help open up my space?In most cases, a kitchen island is highly recommended. When well-planned for, an island can provide some clever storage and design solutions. Everyone wants and deserves a useful island!What is the best use for an island in a small versus a large kitchen space?Islands for more narrow kitchens, for example, can come in the form of narrow shelving for hanging extra pans and other kitchen ware. In some spaces, islands can also double up as nested tables when they are not in use. On the other end of the spectrum, large kitchens can flaunt glorious islands of thick butcher block tops, built-in sinks and whatever else one’s heart desires.If you’re reeling to get started, feel free to contact us with any other questions or concerns you may have. You can also leave your comments below. The Viking Craftsman proudly serves Plano and surrounding cities.