Discover You Kitchen Aesthetic
These considerations include:
What's my personal style?
Traditional styling doesn’t mean that you need to sacrifice functionality and technology. The Delancey Pull-down kitchen faucet features a timeless design that fits perfectly in a traditionally styled kitchen and offers a three function pull-down sprayer: stream, spray, and pause. It also comes in bar faucet to complete the look.
How can my kitchen work smarter for me?
•Instead of lugging water-filled pots from the sink to your cooktop, save time and energy by installing a pot-filler to easily fill your pots directly on your cooktop.
•Select an efficient faucet with purposeful innovations. A pull down or pull out faucet with multiple spray patterns will improve daily living and make cleaning up easier.
•A MeasureFill faucet will save you time when cooking or baking by doing the measuring for you, while reducing clean up time and clutter.
•Select kitchen appliances that have water saving features to ensure you are not only being sustainable, but also reducing your monthly water bill.
How can I make sure my layout flows?
•Avoid traffic jams by making sure the walkways in the kitchen are wide enough, with paths at least 36-inches wide if possible.
•If putting in a kitchen island, determine whether it is for cooking or eating. Plan the space to ensure the cooktop is safely separated from the dining area, and if possible, put in a second sink to make cooking more efficient and enjoyable.
•If you’re working with a smaller space, use light colours and finishes in order to give an airy feel to the kitchen.
•Maximize functionality by having your fridge, oven, sink and dishwasher strategically placed to make your daily tasks easier.
How do I keep my kitchen safe?
•Install a touchless faucet to decrease the spread of germs in the kitchen.
•Keep the cooktop out of high traffic spots so kids don’t have easy access to dials.
•Hang knives on a magnetic strip attached to the backsplash or in a knife block, keeping these dangerous items out of your child’s reach.
What am I forgetting?
•What is the budget you’ve established for your kitchen project?
•Is the style you have selected compatible with the rest of the home and will it endure the test of time?
•What do you dislike most about your present kitchen?-What works particularly well in your present kitchen?
•How and when do you entertain? Formal? Informal?
•What sort of specialized storage do you need, including cookbooks, spices, cutlery, dishes, glassware, linens, pots and pans, baking equipment, platters, wine?
We know that renovating can be exciting and at times, stressful. We are here to help make your kitchen dreams become reality.
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