By On Jun 10, 2018 Ideas
A good place to start when approaching a kitchen renovation is to ask yourself what you want out of the room and why you want to change it in the first place. Do you have an outdated kitchen that requires a total overhaul? Are the materials dated and just need an update? Can you do it yourself? Are you looking for easy fixes to breath new life into your space? Once you’ve identified the problems in your kitchen, determine what your budget is and decide if you’re going to do the work yourself or hire a contractor.
If its the latter consult our seven essential tips for hiring a contractor, however, even if you go that route, you will still want to be able to articulate your own kitchen design ideas, from the floors to the walls. Before starting a kitchen remodel, or any other type of big project in your home, be informed about things like building codes and permits and watch out for these 10 things not to do. In the kitchen especially, think about the details and dont make these 10 remodeling mistakes like ignoring lighting and ventilation or wasting potential storage space.
A backsplash connects the countertops with the cabinets so it’s a good place to tie two main elements of your design together. While it’s not necessary to have one, a backsplash is helpful in terms of cleanliness because you’ll inevitably get that wall dirty while cooking or washing dishes. Almost any type of material can work for a backsplash as long as it’s properly sealed from the classic and versatile subway tile to modern stainless steel and solid glass to natural stone. There are many different options but here are 14 of our favorite kitchen backsplash ideas.
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