If you’ve decided to tackle redesigning your kitchen, you can go with a professional if you’d like. Or, maybe you want to go it your own. Whether or not you decide to work with a trained kitchen redesign Vancouver WA expert, you should know what you are trying to accomplish. You can assess this by asking yourself the four following questions.
1: What is the style or central theme I am going for?
The style or central theme could be an actual style, like rustic, country, modern, or traditional. But if could also be a theme like roosters, flowers, cats, or windmills. Or maybe you’d just like to pick a primary color and one or two accentuating colors to utilize. It doesn’t matter what, so long as you choose this before moving forward on anything else.
2: Are there any key items I will incorporate?
If you have a piece of furniture or décor you love and know you will incorporate it, take note of how you can pull it into the central theme, so it doesn’t stick out as an eyesore.
3: Do I have any special needs pertaining to my kitchen?
This is also important. Special needs could include medical access for those in wheelchairs or might include additional ovens for your home catering business. Take a moment to think about any unusual circumstances which might be unique to you and your family.
4: Will there be an adjoining eating space?
Another question to ask yourself is if there will be an adjoining eating space, or if you have a separate dining room for this. If you will have a table and chairs in your kitchen, you want to ensure it fits the theme. This will influence which table you decide to purchase.