How to Plan Kitchen Improvements ?

November 29, 2010

Modern Kitchen, a ideas for your kitchen improvements

If you want to improve your kitchen it is vital to plan it properly. If you don’t plan well, you might end up with an expensive bad kitchen which you are unhappy with.

In the past, kitchen design planning involved the stove, sink and fridge work triangle and the work surfaces took second place. Today there is a lot more to think about. Do you want a modern style kitchen? Do you want a rustic style kitchen with a kitchen pantry? Do you have your own ideas about how to blend styles to give your kitchen your own personal touch?

It is common these days to see professional style kitchens entering the domestic scene. Kitchens are a fashion accessory in some ways and there is more choice than ever these days. It does however take a lot of planning to create the perfect kitchen and there are various things to think about before you start, including your budget, your personal tastes, the space you have available and more.

Ask yourself a few questions before you start your new kitchen plans. Are you going to be cooking for large numbers of people regularly? Do you want your kitchen to be a place for people to congregate during a party? How many people in your house will cook? Does someone in the house like baking? Do you like spending a long time cooking or do you prefer making quick and easy recipes?

You might want to leave the planning of your new kitchen to a kitchen planner rather than do it yourself. This is cheaper than you might think. Home Depot, B&Q and similar places have staff with plenty of knowledge so if you purchase some appliances you might get free kitchen planning help from the shop.

Don’t go overboard. You might think that expensive marble would look nice as kitchen surface but if you want to move house in the future, you can’t take it with you and the price of a modestly priced house won’t include the extravagant outlaying you have made in the kitchen.

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Kitchen Remodeling Tips

June 7, 2009

Kitchen Remodeling Tips

Small and Simple Kitchen Design (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

Small and Simple Kitchen Design (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

Stylist Kitchen Design (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

Stylist Kitchen Design (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

1 . When planning to remodel your kitchen (kitchen renovation Malaysia), it is important to differential between what you wants? What your needs?

2. Answer following question to determine what you needs for your kitchen needs;

i How long do you stay in your house?

ii What do you like about your existing kitchen?

iii What do you dislike about your existing kitchen?

iv How many persons is stay in your house?

v What other activities besides cooking take place in your kitchen? (such as laundry, eating, chatting)

vi Will there be multiple people cooking or preparing food at the same time?

vii Are there special cooking needs, such as Kosher or vegetarian, gourmet, ethnic?

viii Do you cook in quantity and freeze food?

ix How often do you shop?

x Do you buy pantry items in bulk?

xi How many sets of dishes, silverware, pots and pans do you have?

xii What types of small appliances do have? Which do you use most often? Least often?

3. Think about work centers and how you perform the various functions within your kitchen so you can design the most efficient kitchen design layout for you family needs?

4. Prioritize your wants and needs to suit your budget, area and time constrains require.

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Planning your Kitchen Renovation

November 1, 2008


L-Shaped Kitchen Cabinet with Island

L-Shaped Kitchen Cabinet with Island

In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the average kitchen renovation cost is between RM 6,000 – RM 60,000, including design, products and installation. You can shave off some of the cost by doing much of the work yourself, but remember that some jobs such as electrical and plumbing work are best left to professional. Kitchen Cabinets will use about half of your total budget. Price are effected by material (for example – oak is more expensive than pine) quality of the cabinets, whether you are use stock cabinets or custom made kitchen cabinets. Cost for countertops and backsplashes will also change based on these factors. The price of your floors will be decided on what you choose and how you install it.

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