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Kitchen Designs

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Kitchen Designs

Kitchen remodels are one of the most exciting home improvement projects. 

When families aren’t enjoying the abundance of outdoor activities in the Front Range, most can be found spending time together in the kitchen. 

As one of the few places that families and friends can come together, kitchens hold a special place in our hearts. A kitchen redesign is an inspiring opportunity to improve the function and visual appearance of the room, but also to bring the family closer with a more welcoming living space. 

Unless you’re an interior designer, picking out the theme for your kitchen much easier said than done.  Use the guidelines below to set the right theme for your kitchen, then build your design from there.

Getting an idea of what your dream kitchen should look like should be fun and exciting. This is your opportunity to create the perfect social space for your home; however, sometimes we get clients in who aren't sure what they really want from their kitchen. That's fine! We are happy to help them discover new designs and kitchen themes that they will love. 

If you want to do some research on your own before coming in to Designer Kitchens for a free kitchen design consultation then here are a few resources that can help you put together your dream kitchen. 

When it comes time to hire a kitchen design contractor for your Colorado Springs kitchen remodel, it’s a good idea to have some type of inspiration for the upcoming changes you’ll be making to your home.

Whether you’re following one theme throughout your entire home or you have one specific look you’d like to use just in the kitchen, it’s important to really think through the details of the different kitchen themes you might use.

With everything from modern kitchens using smooth surfaces and sleek looks to a mediterranean theme with artistic tiles and bright colors, really defining how you want your kitchen remodel to set the tone for your home can make a world of a difference in your Colorado Springs home.

Wednesday, 09 December 2015

Eat-in Kitchen vs. Separate Dining Room

How do you eat dinner with your family on a regular basis? Do you sit at the kitchen table together or does everyone eat on their own time wherever they find a chair.

Although many families do still find the time to eat meals together, it doesn’t necessarily require a formal dining room. Some dining rooms don’t see any action in them unless it is a big, formal meal like Thanksgiving or a dinner party. In fact some Colorado Springs custom-built homes are now foregoing the dining room and adding sitting areas in the actual kitchen or creating an open space concept.

Every family is different, and a Colorado Springs kitchen designer can help you decide if you should redesign your kitchen to have a space for eating or if you should keep a dining room, but it requires some extra thought on the habits of your family.

Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Designing a Kitchen for Entertaining

As the holidays grow near, you might find yourself re-evaluating your kitchen. Thanksgiving, Christmas and even New Year’s all revolve around food. You’re spending much more time preparing fancy meals or treats to send as gifts so your time actually in the kitchen is much more than during a typical month.

Most holiday parties you may host or attend may also be in or near the kitchen and you see what features you like, dislike or wish you had. Even if you recently updated your kitchen, there are ways to make sure you’re equipped for an upcoming holiday party and you still have time to make your space a better spot for entertaining.

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