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Preparing for Brand New Kitchen Cabinets

So many people pack away their dishes, pots, pans, and groceries eagerly anticipation the design of brand new kitchen cabinets. The cabinetry is like the heart of a kitchen renovation. When you’re able to completely gut the existing cabinets and replace them with a brand new stock or custom design, you’ll merrily remove all of your personal items. When the renovation is complete, you go to replace your belongings in your brand new cabinetry and-surprise- nothing fits.

Where did you go wrong? An experience contractor will know exactly how to measure the height of your food and appliances when developing your cabinet design. They’ll talk to you about what you do in the kitchen, how you move, and the things you’d like to be able to do.

When you’re standing at the sink, do you constantly wish there was a drawer for your dish towels within reach? Are you frustrated with the jumbled mess that you call your plastic-ware cabinet?

Older model cabinets are considerable different from the functionality and design of modern cabinet designs. Newer manufactures prefer to create cabinets that boast a full overlay instead of a mere face frame. They also believe cabinetry looks incomplete if it is not extended fully to the ceiling.

When thinking about renovating your kitchen cabinets, you have to view your selection from a futuristic point of view. Don’t look at things based on your existing kitchen. When your cabinets are ripped from the floor and off the walls, you’ll be treated to a brand new start. What can you do with a blank slate? Whatever you want!

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  1. I like your point that custom cabinets are great for catering to your needs, like putting a drawer for dish towels near the sink. I’ve always liked the saying, “you should spend your money where you spend your time.” I love to spend my time in the kitchen, so I think getting new cabinets is a worthy investment.

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