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SMALL KITCHEN REMODELING IDEAS FOR 2023

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Did you know that the best return on investment (ROI) comes from kitchen renovations? Their ROI in Canada is between 75 and 100% of your spending. This is because a kitchen is often the heart of a home and therefore makes the most impact. If you're considering a small kitchen remodelling project in 2023, then keep reading this blog to learn about ideas and inspiration! Whether you're looking to improve your storage capacity, update your cabinets, or give your kitchen an overall fresh new look, these tips will help you create the kitchen of your dreams.


IMPROVING STORAGE


Small kitchens can quickly become cluttered and chaotic, but you can keep everything organized with the proper storage solutions. One of the best ways to increase storage space is by adding cabinets that reach the ceiling. This gives you more room to store items and creates a clean and polished look. Another way to maximize storage is by incorporating pull-out drawers or shelves. These can be installed in cabinets, pantries, or even in the base of your kitchen island. They make it easy to access items that are usually out of reach and provide much more extra storage space for your new kitchen. At Prime Kitchen Cabinets we are experts at storage design and installation, in fact, we can help you update closets in your home.

UPDATING YOUR KITCHEN CABINETS


Now let's talk about updating your cabinets. If your current cabinets are outdated or worn, replacing them with new ones can give your kitchen a fresh look. This will not only make your kitchen look more up-to-date but will also give you more storage space. If you're not ready to replace your cabinets, you can update them by refacing and adding new hardware. This is an affordable way to give your kitchen a fresh look. To complement your kitchen design, you can choose from various hardware styles, such as brushed nickel, matte black, or antique brass.

SMALL KITCHEN REMODELING: KITCHEN DESIGN TIPS


Let's dive into some design tips to help you make the most of your small kitchen space. First, consider using light colours on your walls and cabinets. This will make your kitchen feel more open and spacious. In terms of layout, consider incorporating an open-concept design. This involves removing walls or barriers between your kitchen and other living spaces, such as your dining or living room. This creates a more spacious feel and makes it easier to entertain guests while you're cooking. Adding a fully functional kitchen island, or peninsula, is a great way to increase storage in your kitchen and maximize countertop space, and it can be used as a main dining area eliminating the need for a dining table. With different modular and fixed countertop options, maximizing the utility of your small kitchen is key to creating a satisfactory and multi-use outcome. Upgrading your kitchen appliances, while investing in apartment sizes, will give you more space as well as high returns. With so many options on the market, it is easier than ever before to improve the functionality, as well as appearance, of a small kitchen space!

KITCHEN REMODELLING WITH PRIME KITCHEN CABINETS IN COQUITLAM


Kitchen remodelling not only can improve the functionality and aesthetics of your kitchen, but it can also increase the value of your home. Investing in high-quality materials and a professionally curated design allows you to create a space you'll love for years to come. At Prime Kitchen Cabinets, our team of experienced designers can help you with all aspects of your kitchen remodel, from design to installation and everything in between! Stop by one of our 2 locations or make an appointment with us. We can walk you through our Virtual Room Builder and help you better visualize what your desired kitchen renovation will look like while discussing budgets with you. We serve metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley, including Vancouver, Coquitlam and Maple Ridge. Make an appointment with us and start planning your small kitchen remodelling project today!

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