We're really digging the alternating black and gray stained wood cabinets in this deVOL kitchen. The varied tones (plus texture) adds interest to a neutral space. The sandy beige walls keep things neutral but warms thing a little more than a crisp white or super light gray. The shearling chair cover warms up, too, and the interior window creates flow and spreads the light.
Maintaining your existing plumbing is an excellent way to reduce costs. You can still invest in new appliances, sinks and faucets as long as you install them in the current plumbing positions. If your remodeling design requires the installation of new pipes or you're changing your kitchen's floor plan, be prepared to pay a plumber for labor and the necessary plumbing parts.
Your kitchen is the center of your home, where good food and good times come together. Whether you’re making a quick breakfast or cooking a holiday dinner, your kitchen should match your needs. Let us help you with your kitchen upgrade. From cabinetry to flooring, we do it all. If your kitchen just needs to be refreshed or if it needs a total makeover, we have all the products and remodeling services needed to get your kitchen in the best shape possible. Talk to an in-store kitchen designer today or give us a call to start your consultation with The Home Depot!
A small kitchen requires design accents that serve multiple functions simultaneously while occupying minimal space. A master multitasker, the average kitchen island can provide additional dining space, a platform for food preparation, and significant storage in compact quarters.To ensure optimal utility, allow three to four feet of vacant space between each of an island's sides and neighboring surfaces. 

The Holden Bronze Glaze collection features a multi-step The Holden Bronze Glaze collection features a multi-step antique white painted finish which is enhanced with a hand-applied Bronze accent glaze. Cabinet doors and drawer fronts are crafted with finely detailed raised panels and embellished with an applied furniture molding. Cabinets feature CARB compliant plywood construction with full-depth 3/4 in. ...  More + Product Details Close
In-stock cabinets cost less than custom cabinets, but you don’t have to sacrifice on style or quality. Our in-stock cabinets are built to be strong and durable. Choose from fresh, on-trend, yet timeless colors and door styles from trusted brands, including Hampton Bay cabinets. You'll find all the most popular styles, including Shaker kitchen cabinets, beadboard cabinets and unfinished kitchen cabinets. Accessorize with trash pullouts, organizational drawers, and more.

Of all kitchen layouts, the U-shape is the most efficient. It puts a point of the triangle on each wall, making it more compact. A U provides more counter space per square foot than other layouts, with little threat of through traffic. This layout can accommodate a 2nd cook if one of the legs of the U is long enough to include a secondary sink or cooking center.


Let’s clear out one thing right at the beginning: whether you live with a family or by yourself, the kitchen is the busiest space in a house. From the coffee you whip up to get out of that agonizingly-wonderful slumber every morning to the last glass of water you sip every night, the kitchen remains at the center of your home. It is perfectly understandable as to why just like life, kitchen design also needs a breath of fresh air, or simply, a coat of fresh paint.
Measure your installed base cabinets to determine the countertop dimensions—don’t use the ones on your plans. The row of cabinets may have a different dimension after installation due to out-of-square walls. Place a carpenter’s square in the corner over the end cabinet. The corner might be narrower than the rest of the wall because of layers of joint compound. Measure to the farthest point on the wall over the cabinets to avoid an ugly gap between the countertop and the wall after the countertops are installed.
When homeowners remodel a kitchen, the impulse is often to upgrade all old appliances and eschew antiques for a thoroughly modern ambience. However, including upcycled pieces in excellent condition is environmentally friendly and adds warmth to a sterile space.The owners of this beloved 1843 Maplewood, New Jersey, home paid homage to the building's origins with a 19th-century cast-iron stove base and a school laboratory's spacious sink. 
Don't place limitations on your color palette. While natural earth tones work well in some homes, playful pastels pair elegantly with other spaces.Homeowners Curtis and Jennie Hemmert began their kitchen remodel with a foundation of chestnut-hued wooden cabinets that begged for a coat of color. Semigloss seafoam-hued paint lends the Hemmerts' homey kitchen more whimsy and visually opens the space. 

That’s where Hatfield Builders & Remodelers comes in. We’ll take that faded wallpaper and dated linoleum and transform your space into an elegant, functional room that you can truly enjoy. Outdated cabinets? Limited storage? No problem. Our kitchen design experts will work with you to create a one-of-a-kind space you and your family will love for years to come—your home, reimagined.


With an L-shaped layout, you’ll eliminate traffic: The kitchen will not become a thoroughfare because it’s just not logistically possible. Plus, you can easily add a dining space and multiple work zones to this layout. However, avoid this layout if your kitchen is large and can support other configurations, such as adding an island, or if multiple cooks will be using the space. Download a sample floorplan.
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