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Creating a Functional Kitchen for Your Needs

Posted by Laura Webster on Tue, Nov 9, 2021

With larger holiday family meals coming up soon, you may be thinking about the function of your kitchen. Kitchens that work with you as you cook, serve, and clean will allow you to get the task done efficiently to be able to focus on your family and guests. Here are some tips for figuring out how your kitchen needs to function for you as you plan for your remodel. 

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Topics: Kitchens, Storage, Designer Insights

Project Tour: Casual Kitchen Remodel in Loveland

Posted by Frank Kuhlmeier on Tue, Oct 5, 2021

When we re-think the way we can use our available space, the options for what that space can be open up. In the case of this Loveland kitchen remodel, that came in the form of reconsidering the relationship between the kitchen and breakfast room, originally two distinct spaces. Stretching the kitchen out from the corner allowed the homeowners to check off several of their needs, including more space to work, more storage, and more of an opportunity to display their personality and tastes. 

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Topics: Project Spotlight, Kitchens, Project Inspiration, Family Home Ideas

7 Ways to Make Your Kitchen Party-Ready

Posted by Cyndi Kohler on Tue, Sep 28, 2021

As we near the Fall and Winter seasons, you may be looking at your kitchen and wondering how it can work better when you're hosting parties with family and friends. Entertaining comes with its own set of challenges and needs, and if you have guests over often, it may be worthwhile to adjust the form and function of your kitchen to account for a crowd rather than simply for your immediate family. The seven ideas below are some great things to consider to help make your kitchen party-ready.

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Topics: Design Trends and Ideas, Kitchens

Four Kitchen Layout Ideas that Work

Posted by Cyndi Kohler on Tue, Aug 31, 2021

Most kitchen floor plans take into account the relationship of the sink, cooktop and refrigerator- the three components that make the kitchen a useful space. Designers sometimes refer to this as the "working triangle". In order to create a functional kitchen, it's important to understand which triangle configuration works best in the space. What we find is that most kitchens end up fitting into one of four basic floor plan designs. Every home is different, so the details and exact arrangement will always be a bit unique, but starting with the basics is a great way to see the potential for your kitchen remodel. Here, we take a look at each.

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Topics: Design Trends and Ideas, Kitchens

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