Overhaul The Kitchenette

What are the main points you should consider when you want to upgrade your kitchen? Read on below!

• The sink – the usual gripe that influences many women to get the best kitchen makeovers is yes, the sink. The reason? It seems that we seem to underestimate the amount of dishes we have to wash, the amount of pots and pans that tends to get stacked up in the sink and lastly, the size of the said pots and pans. Believe it or not, many homeowners tend to buy small sinks and force themselves to wash large containers in them with much difficulty. No need to suffer anymore! The first step of your overhaul is replacing your sink, with a wide, large one that possibly has partitions. 

• Faucets – does the faucet of your sink tend to keep on dripping? Or does it not close properly? Many people have this issue, but often forget to get it replaced because the need for other renovations, such as the replacement of the sink or buying new appliances, comes first. This is why we are reminding you here to not forget your faucet. Also, another point you might want to know is the existence of swing-out tap – faucets that you can install near the stove; they remove the need to carry water-filled pots to the oven, so they are quite handy.

• Kitchen appliance packages – many people first think of replacing their current appliances such as the fridge, oven, microwave and dishwasher when renovating their kitchen. There is nothing wrong with this, but if you are considering replacing a couple or more appliances, you might want to consider appliance packages which can give you discounts.

• Open shelves and racks – as time goes on, it is normal for the clutter in the kitchen to increase. Accordingly, the kitchen that might have been spacious years ago might be in need some extra space. Solve the problem by fitting extra shelves and racks, such as open shelves for your containers of spices and the like, and pan racks to hang your saucers and pans on.

• Lighting – another helpful tip that you might want to consider is the lighting of the kitchen. If you already had paid attention to this point during the planning stages of your kitchen, you naturally will not need any more lighting, but in case you did not, it might be a good idea to see if you need more lighting in the kitchen. For example, you need ample lighting at the sink and the oven, as well as on the main counters. Consider installing extra fixtures in case the kitchen is too dark.