Let's talk about kitchen remodeling.
Without adding space, remodeling your kitchen is probably the best way to affect how you and your family use your home. There are 3 different ways to remodel your kitchen:
The Cosmetic Upgrade
Now that we understand how we can remodel a kitchen, let's see what pull and replace and custom remodels look like. As luck would have it, I just so happen to have a fake kitchen I came up with specifically for this post (there's 2 more cliches...we're up to 5 if you're keeping count at home). This fake kitchen is a 9x14 galley style with builder-grade oak cabinets, a linoleum floor, formica counter tops, and tan appliances....because at the end of the day (that's 6), a kitchen just isn't a kitchen without tan appliances....this is 1980's design in all it's glory (7).
Ok, so we're behind the 8 ball and starting with our backs against the wall (8 and 9). There really isn't anything salvageable in this fake kitchen, which is why I'm skipping the cosmetic upgrade. In the gallery below, I've set up a series of renderings. There are 5 different camera angles. Each angle has 3 renderings associated with it - the existing kitchen, the pull and replace design, and then the custom open-concept. Now that we're all on the same page (that's 10, I'm done), let's check this kitchen out:
Let's break down what changed in each design:
Pull and Replace
There you have it. One generic fake kitchen with 2 different remodeling options. I hope that this exercise has shown you that no matter what your kitchen looks like now, it can become something amazing. If you're interested in seeing exactly how amazing your kitchen could be, check out my services page and follow the link to my bio at Case.
Bye for now,