Designing Your Kitchen
It can be intimidating to design your kitchen, but there is a lot of help available. Start by consulting with an experienced kitchen designer. He or she will be your best resource on how to examine your existing space, evaluate your wants and needs, and know what’s a fad and what’s a style. Next, go online. Two excellent sources of inspiration are Pinterest and Houzz. There you can begin planning and save and share ideas about your new kitchen. You can also browse our galleries for examples of kitchens built using CliqStudios semi-custom cabinets. As you dream, consider what practical results you want from your remodel, defining your needs and wants.
The Path From Inspiration to Kitchen Design
A great kitchen remodel plan will take a while to develop. Below are steps you may go through in the process. Inspiration for your kitchen design involves two main areas; your kitchen size and how it will function and the “decorative” area with colors, materials, and components of your kitchen. The best place to start is the footprint of your kitchen. Are you going to open up your space, move walls, move utilities such as electric or plumbing? Once you have the concept of where things are going to be now is the time to start planning on your inspiration for what you want your kitchen to be once it is completed.
You want your kitchen to project your personality while blending with your home’s overall interior style.Kitchen Style
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Start With the Web
Become active in social media focused on use the web to your advantage. Pinterest, Houzz, and Hometalk are great places to get inspired, get ideas and information. These sites also allow you to collect, share, and store your ideas and create style boards of your favorite ideas. Search the term “Kitchen Design” and you will be introduced to an endless supply of ideas and inspiration. Below are the links to CliqStudios social websites to get you started.
Get Started on Your Design Now
All it takes is one step to get started on your new kitchen. It’s easy and with no commitment. Click below to find out how.Get Started