For seasoned hosts, avid cooks, and busy families alike, a kitchen is the center of daily life – and a place where both grace and function are more predominant than ever. Renovating a kitchen could be an overwhelming experience, especially if you are new to it and don’t have any renovation ideas of your own.

Keep Check of Your Renovation Requirements

Before you burden yourselves with endless renovation ideas and possibilities, take a closer and critical look at your current kitchen space. Take note of all the major and minor areas that require renovation. Keeping the rest of your home and lifestyle in mind, think of all the features you like and what would go the best with it. Most importantly, analyze your budget and the size of your kitchen. Be realistic with your budget and scope. Even smaller renovations can cost a lot too. It can include resurfacing cabinets, painting walls, upgrading your sink, etc.

Getting Your Dream Kitchen

Once you get the idea of how you want to renovate your current space and what benefits it is going to have, you can move on to the next step of how your ideal kitchen is going to look. Do you want it to be traditional or rustic? Or would you like a classic white or bold shade? You can visit other people’s homes or contact renovations specialists to get a fair idea of how a renovated kitchen would look like. You can add some interesting and trending touches to your list too!

Is Professional Help Required for the Renovation?

You can go for a DIY home décor project, but if you are not confident enough about taking up the entire renovation assignment, then you do require the help of a professional. You can find various renovation services around you. Just keep your budget realistic and do not outgo it.

Define Your Space Plan and the Layout

A very common remodel idea is the ‘working triangle’. It suggests that every kitchen floor has a food preparation area, food storage, and cooking space nearby. The kitchen renovation process would be much simpler if you create an efficient design during this stage. This arrangement is best suited for small kitchen remodeling as it results in the efficient usage of a smaller space.

Tile Upgradation

Get a new look for your kitchen with tiles up-gradation. There are plenty of color schemes, styles, and designs available to choose from. You can also add splashbacks that are great for protecting the kitchen walls. They often come in stainless steel or glass.

Fixture and Finishing Requirements

By this time, you would have done all your research and have gone through all the renovation ideas, its cost, and your budget. Now comes the time of taking the plunge forward into the most exciting phase of the ultimate kitchen renovation project. This will be the stage where you will be sourcing the kitchen fixtures and the finishes that will be the style statement of your newly renovated kitchen.

Happy Remodeling!

Posted by:Tanvi Punia

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