Home design is an artform best practiced on a case-by-case basis. After all, no two homes are going to have the same exact layout, color scheme, and overall theme. Moreover, no two home-owners will have the same vision. Sure, they may share similarities or elements, but at the end of the day, it will not be the same exact project. The same can be said for particular rooms of the house, as each space serves its own intended purpose. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX dentist discusses the important elements to remember and consider when remodeling your kitchen, as well as how our team can help.
An Important Emphasis on Function
Your home may be your castle, but your kitchen is the heart. After all, you want a space that not only is spacious, but has an ideal look to it that you have envisioned for quite some time. There is something comforting and nostalgic about your family’s kitchen growing up, and now you want to recreate that feeling. Fortunately, our team can help!
When remodeling your kitchen, you will want to place an especially important emphasis on practicality over display. What this means is that you should consider your space’s function most importantly when making decisions about design. For example, if you intend to get great use out of your kitchen and frequently make new meals, having the space and layout ideal for your goals is necessary.
While there are ideal elements of your dream kitchen out there you can utilize, it is important to consider them under a functional lens. Getting the most from your space does not necessarily mean having the best equipment, and space and storage cannot be ignored. Contact our team to learn more about this process and how we can help today.
Considerations for Storage
In addition to functionality, your kitchen will require necessary storage accommodations and counter space. Take, for example, if you are a frequent baker. Many breads and doughs not only require a space to be kneaded, but rolled out thinly as well. Without a space large enough to accomplish this, you will run into a more difficult time.
Another consideration to make involves the amount of openness and storage you want to achieve. For example, many cabinets can store a lot of food and equipment, but cabinets jutting out from all walls minimizes your space and makes it much smaller.
Elements You Want to Avoid
Though some color schemes, textures, and accents bring a living space together, many times these elements do not translate well to a kitchen setting. As such, it is important to work with a professional interior designer to learn best practices and tips.
Our Team Can Help
Contact Paisley House Design Interiors in Houston, TX by calling 713-463-7600 to schedule your initial consultation with our team and learn more about the ways we can help you bring your design vision to life.