Kitchen remodels are one of the best ways to add both functionality and increased value to your Dallas area home. There are any number of options if you decide on this course of action.
Numbers should be crunched and a budget established before you start but… here are a few suggestions to help get you started:
Add more light – This objective can be accomplished in several ways. First, additional electric lighting can be added for a relatively modest investment where these lights can increase the functionality of various work spaces.
For a more significant investment, the space can be opened up to an adjoining room or a skylight installed. In either case, more natural light will infuse the kitchen space.
Add a backsplash mural – No designer ever saw a bare piece of wall that they couldn’t make more appealing with a tile mural. In fact, many stove or sink backsplashes in the Dallas area are customized to tell a story about the family or something about the city.
So, whether you are Cowboys fan or a history buff, you can undoubtedly find something personal yet appealing to potential buyers.
Add a custom cabinet – It is truly amazing what designers can fit into a customized cabinet. Pull-out drawers and Lazy Susans make once inaccessible space useful again.
It takes some effort to find the right cabinet for your specific needs but once installed, your cooking life will become significantly easier.
Add a second sink – For many, cooking is a joy. For others, it is simply a chore. In either case, the chef likes to share the experience. A second sink area allows them to do this with as little muss and fuss as possible.
Place it in the kitchen island if you want or create a new dedicated workstation for baking – even the pantry works and you can probably watch the football game from there as well.
Add more space – As the saying goes, “Everything in Texas is big.” A home’s kitchen should not be the exception. According to real estate experts, expanding and updating a kitchen is the number one way to increase the value of a home.
In addition, you and your family get to enjoy the kitchen until you finally decide to sell.
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