As of 2012, the two rooms that are the most likely to be remodeled are the kitchen and bathroom, and cabinets are among the most difficult aspect to get right. They can be costly and time-consuming to install, not to mention as long as they are being worked on, your work in the kitchen is extremely limited. Fortunately, your bathroom is still functional without this particular aspect.
Making the Right Cabinet Choice
The cabinets help to determine the look and feel of the room. Wood is a popular choice because it looks elegant, is lightweight, and easy to maintain. There are several brands that offer beautiful and durable:
You can also look into modifying or customizing your own set of cabinets so that the room is unique and reflective of your own creativity and personality.
Know What Home Owners Want
Whenever homeowners remodel, they always have an eye toward the resell value of the home. According to Houzz, the majority of would-be homeowners are looking for three things in their kitchen cabinets.
High-quality construction so that doors, knobs, and shelves do not need rework.
A look that is symmetrical and bright to make the kitchen area more inviting and easy to organize.
A layout that is open so that they aren’t knocking into things while trying to prepare the meal.
Bathrooms are a bit different. Homeowners what durable, but they always tend to want the storage areas to be efficient so that they do not lose bathroom space to clutter. However, it is important to have enough storage space for all of the essentials.
Consider the Different Types of Cabinets
Knowing what type of cabinet to put in a different space is incredibly important:
The basic cabinet anchored to the floor
A tall cabinet, usually used for pantries and linens
Doors and drawers
Kitchens tend to include all of these, while bathrooms, laundry rooms, and other areas tend to have only the basic with a few (or no) drawers.
Though it seems minor, the cabinet style you select for each room will play an important role in both the functionality of the room and the residence or facility’s value. Take the time to consider what will work best in the space provided and aim to get the most out of the ones you install.