One of the forgotten parts of homes today is the kitchen. For some people, it is the least visited place, only accessed when home owners would cook or grab something to bite. But if you want a perky home that projects an overall image that contributes and plays its part to the ideal homes, the kitchen is one part of the home interior puzzle.
There are options available in the market. Depending on your fancy, it may be costly at first. But consider it an investment. Kitchen renovations can be likened to any ordinary home improvement ideas and when you do, you will be surprised at the impact it can have.
Take it from Jill Shafer and how she found pleasure from the benefits of a new kitchen.
“We talked to a couple of builders,” Al continued, “so we could estimate how much room we might need. We thought at first that we couldn’t afford the addition, but a friend of ours, Chris Martin, thought that we could build it for less. He helped with the plans.”
“We did designs on graph paper,” said Jill. “Luckily, Chris could interpret it.”
Years ago, while finishing his education at IU, Al worked as a chef at the Dragon Inn and House of Hunan. As the family cook, he had always been frustrated by the old kitchen, which was only about 11’ x 11’. He longed for a kitchen with a larger stovetop and space to spread out while prepping. He also dreamed of having a built-in hibachi grill.
(Source) Herald Times Online