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.
When you are looking for kitchen cabinets designs, make sure that the ones you will choose would be in tune with the theme of your kitchen. There is of course an original theme to your house or your kitchen and it is important for you to stick to it. You wouldn't want your cabinets to look out of place in the kitchen, would you? For instance, you have a cottage theme home; choose the designs that will best reflect that theme. Do not go for those cabinets that will make your house look too modern especially if you have a cottage or country themed kitchen. Stick to one theme and make everything else cohesive.
By understanding these basics of kitchen cabinet design, you will be better informed, better informed to ask questions, and better able to limit the number of cabinet styles you need to consider in order to choose the cabinets you will use in your kitchen remodel.
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