Take a Look at Our Favorite CliqStudios Kitchen Remodels
January 2, 2013Guest Blogger
Here at CliqStudios, we’ve designed thousands of kitchens. From big to small projects, easy designs to difficult ones, we’ve seen just about everything. Take a look at a few of our favorites:
Our Favorite Kitchens
This black and white kitchen’s natural light and open plan makes the kitchen seem huge! The black base cabinets help ground the look, while the open shelves and white upper cabinets keep the space from feeling cramped.
This contemporary kitchen design keeps from feeling too modern with touches like wooden chairs and rustic looking pendant lighting. The all white cabinets, countertop, and subway tile backsplash make for a clean and airy look.
This two toned-kitchen feels classically homey. White cabinets and backboard keep the space looking bright while wooden counter tops warm up the look, giving a touch of rustic style. The pop of color in the island gives a furniture feel, and barstool seating makes it easy for guests to gather around.
These Cherry cabinets in a traditional mitered frame style provide a rich, luxurious feel to this open kitchen.
This tiny kitchen feels bigger thanks to white cabinets, white granite backsplash, and lots of natural light. Appliances and furniture are allowed to take center stage thanks to the color contrast.
This colorful kitchen in CliqStudios paint finish Harbor combines tradition and contemporary style to create an inviting space. Pale wood flooring allows the colored cabinets to shine, and an the open concept makes the room feel even bigger.
Adding Value to Your Kitchen
1) Look for value in your cabinets — Check out CliqStudios.com for new door styles and finishes. By saving your budget here, you can spend more on upgraded appliances.
2) Stainless Steel Appliances — Appliances are still number one on the home buyer’s wish list, so try to add them into your kitchen if possible.
3) Countertops — There are so many solid surface and laminate countertops that mimic stone. If you have to cut the budget, here’s a great spot to do it. Countertops can be changed out easily later.