Avoid These Common Kitchen Design Mistakes
Starting a kitchen remodel in your Utah home is a very exciting time. It gives you the opportunity to play around with the current space and design something you can actually be proud of. However, before you dive head first into making changes, read through these common kitchen remodeling mistakes so that you can avoid them.
Aisles Being Too Narrow
One of the most annoying things that a kitchen can have are aisles that do not allow for more than one person at a time. When you live with more than one person, it is likely that someone else will need to be in the kitchen at the same time as you. The last thing you want to do is stop what you are doing to let them past to grab something.
A proper kitchen should have aisles with a width of at least 46 inches. Otherwise, you are going to run into issues when someone else steps into the kitchen.
Supersizing the Island
When you have a lot of space to work with, it might be tempting to fill it with a really large island. However, anything more than 10 feet long and 4 feet wide just becomes a hassle to work with.
If you are dead set on having an island in your kitchen but have a lot of space to work with, then maybe consider using two smaller islands rather than one large one.
Including Too Much Stuff
Everyone wants their kitchen to include everything that they could possibly need. Unfortunately, this is not a realistic expectation for most kitchens. You should definitely make the most out of the available space but the last thing you want to do is overload your kitchen. Think carefully about what you need and what you do not. If it’s hard to find space for something unimportant, do not force it.
If you need help with the design or any other part of your kitchen remodel, do not hesitate to call the professionals at Niron Depot today.