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3 Ways To Create A Custom Kitchen

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Your kitchen is likely the center of your home; it's where you cook, it's where you host friends and families, and it's probably where you do most of your gathering. If your kitchen is outdated and is in some major need of revamping, then it may be time for a gut job. The great thing about adding a new kitchen to your home is that if you live in a nice neighborhood, you will more than likely get back more than you put into it. To help add a kitchen to your home that looks custom and designer, there are a few things for you to do. 

Move Walls

Just replacing cabinets, flooring, and countertops while using your kitchen's existing footprint won't make your kitchen custom. Try meeting with an architect or a contractor about doing things like knocking down walls, moving appliances around, and creating your ultimate dream layout. When you have everything laid out by a professional, you can then get to work on choosing the fun things like cabinets and fixtures. 

Custom Kitchen Cabinets

Having custom kitchen cabinets is one of the best ways to make your kitchen feel custom. The fun thing about these is that you can create them so that they fit your lifestyle perfectly. For instance, if you have little kids, you can create drawers for them to put their own plates and cups in. Or if you are someone who hosts a lot of parties, you can create custom cabinets to put all of your extra dinnerware and serving dishes in them. Your custom kitchen cabinet planner will help you create the ultimate kitchen that will match all of your family's needs. Talk to someone who creates custom kitchen cabinets to learn what's available.  

Don't Forget the Pantry

Pantries are making a big splash right now in the world of kitchen design and not just any pantry. Large, butler pantries have come back and are a fun way for you to create an extra space off of your kitchen for things like prepping for dinners, storing extra goods, and just having more space overall. When you are designing a butler's pantry, try to create as many storage solutions as you can, including extra cabinets, drawers, and shelves. 

Having your dream kitchen that looks and feels designer doesn't have to be something that's out of reach. By keeping these things in mind, you can create a kitchen that you and your family will enjoy for years and years to come.