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7 Signs Your Kitchen Needs an Upgrade

As the most valuable room in your home, your kitchen serves as the central meeting place and your family’s nucleus. Here are seven signs that your kitchen needs an upgrade:

1. Cramped for Space

One common indicators that your kitchen isn’t working for your family is that you frequently find yourself alone in it. If your family avoids what should be the unofficial family room, the layout may be cramped and constricting. Consider an open kitchen plan to free up space and encourage social interactions.

2. Cleaning Nightmare

Kitchens should be a lot of things, but dirty definitely isn’t one of them. Logistically sloppy layouts, poorly planned space, and cracked, peeling surfaces can make kitchens hard to clean. Invest in new countertops, modern appliances, and quality flooring that can be wiped clean in a pinch.

3. Too Much Countertop Clutter

Countertops littered with appliances create an unappealing space and a dysfunctional kitchen. If you find yourself resorting to counter space to store utensils or food then you need to re-examine your storage options. Open countertops free of clutter create an airy and accessible kitchen that enables fast food preparation and easy conversation.

4. Haunted House

Does your kitchen look and feel more like a haunted house than a place to cook food? Missing or broken cabinet doors, cracked tiles, and shoddy appliances can make a kitchen look like an abandoned house. Bring it back to life with a renovation.

5. Storage Black Hole

When everything seems hard to find and out of reach, your kitchen is facing a storage problem that may require a new layout. If half the time you spend cooking is wasted digging through inaccessible cabinets or wading into dark drawers it might be time to start planning an overhaul.

6. Doom and Gloom

Kitchens are supposed to be warm and inviting, but nothing ruins your appetite like squinting to see your food. Bad lighting can make your kitchen dreary and depressing. Under-cabinet and overhead lighting can transform a drab kitchen into a sparkling social hub.

7. Kitchen Bumper Cars

When more than one person is involved in preparing a meal, constantly bumping into them is more than an annoyance. Make sure that your kitchen can accommodate a crew by creating distinct workstations and expanding paths of movement.

There are a lot of reasons to upgrade your kitchen. Kitchen upgrades are an investment that pays you back if you decide to sell and greatly improves the function of your home allowing you to love your space again!

 

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