After you’ve decluttered, you’ll have items you won’t need during the remodel. Find locations to store these items. That could mean renting a storage unit or converting your guest bedroom into a temporary storage space.
After your cabinets arrive, you will want to begin setting up your temporary kitchen so that you’re ready for the demolition process. Evaluate what items you use every day so that you keep those out. For example, if you can’t survive the morning without your coffee (especially during a busy remodel), make sure you create a space to keep your coffeepot, grounds and mugs accessible.
Also, you can save space in your temporary kitchen by reducing your appliances and tools. Using a microwave as your main cooking device simplifies the cooking process. Additionally, you’ll want to move your refrigerator to a convenient location. Purchasing disposable cups, plates and utensils will reduce dishes and allow you to pack away your dishware.
Getting the kitchen you’ve dream of for the new year is possible with the correct preparation. By envisioning your goals, speaking with professionals, decluttering, and finding temporary places for your kitchen items, you will prepare your home for a kitchen remodel.