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Here are 11 creative ways to make your dull,
outdated kitchen feels new and inviting once again.
We have used a very special client's job to illustrate the quality of Mastercraft Murrieta Kitchen Remodeling. Initially was a standard track kitchen with the bare bones options. After interviewing multiple kitchen remodeling contractors, she picked Mastercraft for our balanced pricing and quality workmanship. We have many unique options in this kitchen.
1. Upgrade your metals:
Outdated kitchens were made with materials obsolete decades ago. Over the past years, manufacturers have released new kitchen hardware using innovative materials. It may now be time to rethink your drawer pulls and lighting fixtures. Modern kitchen design includes matte aluminum, stainless steel, brushed gold, and copper. These materials are used for cabinetry hardware, pendant lighting, and range hood options.
2. Give people a place to sit.
For most families, the kitchen is has become the busiest room in your home. It is the place people are likely to congregate. Modern kitchens account for this activity by adding seating. You can choose countertop stools and seats at a breakfast bar. Others opt for benches at a window-side table. The inclusion of seating can make your kitchen have a whole new appeal. Families where children do homework to parents entertaining, make seating in the kitchen critical.
3. Modernize your countertops
Your countertops use a large amount of your kitchen's real estate. Outdated kitchens may have tile-and-grout or cheap vinyl for workspace. Today, the variety of countertop surfaces options are endless. There are options for everyone's style and budget. They range from resin and polymers to natural stone varieties such as marble and granite. Recently designers are becoming creative using heavy-duty structural materials for countertops. Some of the favorites are concrete, brick, tile, and others. In the illustration, you will see that the client chose a one of a kind quartz countertop.
4. Update your flooring
Kitchen flooring is often forgotten. Obviously, it plays a significant role in your kitchen design. If your flooring keeps you in the past, pull up the 60s styled vinyl or linoleum flooring. Wood, tile, and stone are more resilient and timeless flooring materials. These flooring materials will last longer. They also boost your home value. Ceramic tile can now mimic the look of hardwood flooring and has become quite popular. Travertine and slate are also popular in new kitchens.
5. Consider removing your upper cabinetry.
Outdated kitchens were often built with too many walls of upper cabinetry. These cabinets make the kitchen look crowded. To open your kitchen's space for room to grow, consider removing the upper cabinets. This frees up the wall—it allowing for modern open shelving with a few decorative items. This photo illustrates custom made cabinets with a second set of upper cabinets built to a very high ceiling height. The cabinetry job is one of a kind both in parts and labor.
6. Get energy-efficient appliances.
Many people are trying to shrink their carbon footprint. Getting rid of old kitchen appliances is a good start. If you choose to replace kitchen appliances, make sure they are energy efficient! These appliances have a modern look and save water and energy. Best of all, they are great for the Earth and your bills. Consider replacing plumbing fixtures as well. Low-flow faucets will save water. Updating a kitchen should be more than for aesthetics. It should help save money and our Earth's resources. The Murrieta kitchen remodel in these photos used backsplash and appliances from Pacific Sales!
7. Paint existing cabinets
If you can't afford new cabinets, there are other good options. For homeowners on a budget, painting and staining cabinetry is an excellent option. You could select a bold blue or a modern black to cover up dingy colored cabinets. Most people are surprised by how elbow grease and color will transform old cabinetry. They will transform from distressing doors to paint glazes and stains.
8. Install new lighting options
Never forget the lighting while you are modernizing! Kitchen lighting is often an afterthought. Modern lighting is essential for a kitchen's safety, ambiance, and versatility. Recessed lighting gives your kitchen stylish illumination. Most like to install a dimmer switch. This option provides versatility while entertaining, cooking, or just relaxing. Pendant lighting over a kitchen island and under cabinet lighting will illuminate countertops.
9. Add decorative elements
Adding decorative elements brings a sense of your lifestyle into your kitchen. Shelves on top of cabinets provide space for plants, artwork, and decorative items. Display shelves built below your kitchen island can showcase kitchenware, cookbooks, or heirlooms.
10. Add utility elements
A kitchen rebuild allows you to add new utility elements to your kitchen. The most popular aspect for our clients is spice cabinets and trash drawers. Adding a pot filler faucet is a great help while cooking. The articulated arm enables the tap to move over burners to fill large stock pots. Lazy susan shelving in corner cabinets helps you get access to storage that is usually out of reach. Slide-out cabinets are also an excellent addition for a home chef. This photo illustrates a custom spice pullout cabinet. This client also had us install a trash pull out drawer near the sink.
11. Takedown walls
Outdated kitchens were built to be out of the way, unseen by people in the rest of the house. This isolation has been eliminated in modern house design in favor of an open floor plan. To open your kitchen to the dining room or living room, consider eliminating a wall! For a non-load-bearing wall, this is a relatively easy change. Your kitchen will grow in size and allow the chef to participate with family and guests.
Consult Mastercraft Murrieta Kitchen Remodeling to see what possibilities there are for your kitchen. Your imagination is the only limit while updating your kitchen. We have explored updating finishes and materials to bringing in illumination and space. We look forward to hearing your ideas for your kitchen remodel!