Home Planning & Renovations
Kitchen Cabinets NYC
By Tiffany Smolick
New York Kitchen Cabinets: Give your Kitchen a Fresh New Look
July 10, 2010
If you are considering renovating your New York kitchen to give it a fresh new look, you might consider adding new cabinets. Simply changing your cabinets is a great way to give your kitchen a completely new design.
Benefit from Professional Help
The first step is to hire a quality contractor to add new kitchen cabinets. A professional contractor will assist with measuring the layout as well as suggest new ways to increase storage areas and maximize space.
If you are satisfied with your current kitchen cabinets, you might think about simply re-facing your existing cabinets. Re-facing your cabinets is a great budget-friendly option that allows you to keep the existing frame while enjoying the feel of an entirely new cabinet.
Warm up your Kitchen with Wood
Another option is to have unfinished wood cabinets installed. Wood is a beautiful and stylish choice that is also quite durable. Unfinished kitchen cabinets come in a variety of styles and wood species. (Ash, knotty pine, cherry, hickory and maple are popular choices, but there are many others to choose from. There are a variety of different stains that your kitchen renovation specialist can apply to the unfinished cabinets to create the specific look you’re striving for.
Maximize Storage Space
Along with the actual look and style of your new kitchen cabinets, you can also take advantage of a variety of storage designs that will make it easier to organize your entire kitchen. Consider such features as built-in trays for cooking utensils, cutlery and cleaning supplies or rotating shelves. Rotating shelves make it easy to access storage in cramped NYC kitchens.
MyHome has renovated hundreds of New York kitchens to create new custom cabinetry or replace existing cabinet doors. Contact one of our remodeling consultants today to discuss your options.