Wide, Open Kitchen Plan
While it's ultimately up to the client, a wide, open kitchen plan has its benefits. It is easier to get around the kitchen when there are wide walkways, and it is easier to cook if you have ample space. If you have children, it is less likely that they will get too close to the stove if there is plenty of room to get around it. Scott Rajavuori notes that open kitchens also tend to be more streamlined and simplistic.
Plan the Island
If you have an island in your kitchen, it could be used for many different purposes. Scott Rajavuori suggests that you plan the use of your island as part of your kitchen remodeling project. Figure out what you wanted it to be used for: a cook top, dining area or extra counter space. Your island could be the focal point of the project. Plan the rest of your design around the functionality of the island.
If you're interested in trying before you buy, Scott Rajavuori and the team at Titus Contracting recently built a Sub Zero/ Wolf Living Kitchen in St Paul. At this luxury display, you're able to test out high quality appliances before you add them to your kitchen.
If you're ready to get started on a home remodeling project, contact Scott Rajavuori today. Call 952-746-7817 or Contact us Here.