- Author Sarah Harrigan
- Published March 21, 2007
- Word count 431
Turn Your Kitchen Into A Dream Kitchen
Clearly there are quite a few different ways to decorate the kitchen of the home. Most people discover immense inspiration to do these types of decorating projects on their own after watching Home Improvement television shows or reading about how easy it can be from Dcor publications or online newsletters. A perfect way to begin kitchen decorating projects is to do the walls first. Using new wallpaper or new paint give the impression of a new backdrop to your kitchen while allowing for fresh palette for beginning decorating. Alternatively you may desire to have paint on the walls and then add a wallpaper border around the middle of the room.
In an ideal situation the layout of any kitchen plan should make way for easy movement in the kitchen and for there to be easy access to kitchen supplies etc. It is important to ensure that that you create counters at the perfect height in order to make things easy for the cook when preparing meals. Be sure to be aware if the cook is left handed as it may take more thought as to the direction cabinets door should open to make it easier for him or her to cook. Big appliances and utensils can be assigned to their own spaces while smaller areas are designed appropriately for small items.
Another easy do it yourself kitchen remodelling idea is to gave a faclift to any cabinets made from wood that we may have and which are fairly aged. Restaining and then adding a new surface to wooden cabinets leaves the kitchen area with a sparkling glow. However, do not try to sand wood veneer cabinets, definitely leave a job like this to the professionals. Cabinet hardware and accessories are inexpensive. A new set of cabinet handles and hinges revitalizes most cabinets. Taking out solid cabinet doors and putting in their place glass doors makes a kitchen look much bigger. Using stencils to design kitchen cabinets are also a great idea when decorating. Learning to apply stencils is quite simple and making use of repeated stencil motifs in the kitchen can be very impressive.
Putting in a kitchen island will definitely rank as the number 1 decorating idea to enhance a kitchen's look and feel. Kitchen islands clearly creates much needed extra counter space and provide a hangout place. If funds and space are limited then a great alternative would be a kitchen cart. Kitchen carts can have wheels for moving around, as well as have drawers, shelves and racks to hang knives and forks.
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