It’s often said that the kitchen is the heart of the home—and we find that to be very true! It’s where family and friends get together to eat, entertain and enjoy each other’s company. For a place that’s used so often, it makes sense to make it one of the most beautiful and functional parts of your home.
Here a few ways to spruce up your kitchen… and how your Kargar home can help you get there!
Backsplashes are a huge part of any well-designed kitchen; they turn the regular wall space between your countertop and cabinet into a fun, colorful masterpiece. We offer backsplashes as standard in our home; they come in different styles and sizes to fit your home best!
Today, there’s a multitude of design trends and tips for kitchen cabinetry… that’s why custom cabinets are so important! Our cabinets come in ¾” plywood with soft-close hinges, so whatever design you decide to try, you’ll be equipped with quality materials to help you get the job done.
Your kitchen is a room that can never use enough lighting. Installing task-specific lighting (over a cooktop, for example) can help you get day-to-day cooking and baking done. Overhead lights should be bright and inviting. If you want to try a new design, you can always opt for accent lighting in different colors that you turn on for entertaining.
Rethink your storage
A well-organized kitchen is always cleaner and brighter; rethink your storage in ways that will make entertaining easier! Adjustable shelves will help you rearrange spices and small items in ways that best suit your needs. When it comes to storing pots and pans, you can keep them nice and orderly inside a cabinet or opt for a more visible setup: maybe a ceiling rack or wire organizer will work for you.
You won’t need to start a renovation project for this design idea, just a few cute knick-knacks, decorations, hand towels and other items that work well together. Having your kitchen accents follow a certain color theme unifies the space and makes it look that much more put together. Similarly, if your kitchen is all-beige or neutral tones, adding a pop of color with flowers, towels, or even your cookware can bring balance to your kitchen.