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.
Once you have chosen which design or plan you will have for your kitchen cabinets, make sure that you measure the cabinets properly. This will be one of the things that the instructions or manual for the plan will indicate. You must follow the steps thoroughly and precisely or else you will have to start over again or worse, you will ruin your whole cabinet. You should also keep into consideration the tools that you will be using so you don't have to use tools that are inappropriate or will just take too much of your time to use.
Replacing your kitchen cabinets is the easiest, least expensive way for you to spruce up your old, boring kitchen. But where do you start? There are so many kinds of cabinets, how will you know what is right for you? It should be fairly easy to find a store that sells a custom kitchen cabinet design.
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