The goal of every renovation should be to create an efficient workspace with all necessary
storage space while preserving as much floor space as possible. Kitchens that are too small feel
cramped and uninviting, while overly large kitchens can be overwhelming and impractical for
Whether you’re planning on a complete kitchen renovation or just a few simple updates, we
recommend you take some time to consider the following points before you begin the
1. Plan your kitchen renovation process
A plan is essential. Before you begin, take the time to carefully consider your preferences and
limitations. Decide what you want to achieve with your kitchen remodel, and set goals for the
outcome of the project.
2. Consider your budget
Because kitchen remodeling can be costly, it’s important to have a budget in place before you
begin any work on your new kitchen design. Estimate how much you can spend on materials,
and keep track of the expenses throughout the project.
3. Start small and work your way up
If your kitchen is severely outdated or you would like to make dramatic changes to it, we
suggest starting small and gradually building on those changes as you gain experience with
remodeling projects and make more design decisions.
4. Choose quality over quantity
When choosing materials for your kitchen remodel, we suggest focusing on high-quality items
that will not only serve their purpose but also last for years to come.
Paying extra now will save money in the long run because you won’t need to replace those
items as often as cheaper ones may need replacing, and because high-quality items tend to
look better than cheap ones over time.
5. Understand what makes a great kitchen design
There are many ways to design a kitchen, but the most desired is with an open layout that
includes an island with central stools. This allows you to use your kitchen as the hub of your
If you open up the space between the kitchen and dining room, it makes for a more welcoming
space. However, you’ll also need to consider the layout of the rest of your living space. If you
have an open-plan home, you may want to keep your kitchen and dining room in sync with the
rest of the space.
If you need to maximize storage without compromising on style, look for furniture with drawers
or cabinets underneath for storing away everyday items.
6. Consider recycling
A place for everything, and everything in its place.
A great strategy for keeping your kitchen organized is to dedicate specific spots for certain
items. For example, you can set up a recycling area in a cabinet or spare drawer to make
sorting items easy when it comes time to recycle them.
7. Pay attention to lighting
A well-lit kitchen will make you feel more motivated to cook, enjoy your meals more, and
enhance your mood.
Your productivity will go up as well because it is easier to see what you are doing when the
lights are brighter.
A dull kitchen makes us feel depressed and demotivated; it also makes food taste bland.
8. Use proper ventilation
Range hoods serve two main purposes: to remove smoke and grease from stoves and other
cooking areas and to improve ventilation in your kitchen area.
It can be used both for commercial and residential purposes, so you don’t have to worry about
not having enough space for it. You can simply place it above or below your stove or cooking
area and use its powerful fan system to suck up the air and remove odors coming from the
stove, thus improving air circulation in your kitchen area.
9. Choose lighter flooring
One of the most common safety issues that can arise from cooking is slips and falls. The
flooring in your kitchen should be easy to clean and non-slip so that accidents are less likely to
The flooring you choose should also be durable enough to withstand high temperatures. You
don’t want it to wear out easily or get damaged by heat from pots and pans.
10. Minimize dead space
Here are some quick tips that will help you maximize your space:
● Leave space between your worktops. This will make it easier to open drawers and
● Fill up wall spaces, even with false cabinetry, if possible; it will make the room look
bigger even if your ceilings are low.
● In a small kitchen, avoid having a large island or any bar stools or chairs that take up
floor space. This will also give you more room to maneuver when you’re cooking.