The #1 Thing Every Kitchen Should Have And What You Should Save Vs. Splurge On In A Kitchen Remodel

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March 20, 2024

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  1. Frikly says:

    I appreciate the suggestion to balance the luxury of marble countertops with more affordable elements in the kitchen. It’s all about creating a cohesive look that fits your budget without sacrificing style.

  2. Leah says:

    I completely agree about being wary of ‘trend reports’ in a kitchen. Going for a timeless approach makes so much sense for the pocketbook but also just paying attention to things that you love, rather things that are popular at the moment.

  3. Kathryn says:

    Wow- I think everyone needs to hear these comments about design style and individuality. Well put. For people who are not designers where can you recommend finding individual design ideas that push you to realize what you like outside the mainstream we see everyday.

    • Danica says:

      I personally have found that travel, driving through historic neighborhoods, and browsing through the portfolios of established interior designers is a great way to discover new ideas. Pulling bits and pieces from something you love to create your own rendition is how you distinguish it from the rest!

  4. Cathy says:

    I would hesitate to invest in panel ready fridges. Initially it looks great, but in this ‘disposable’ world, appliances don’t seem to be ‘built to last’ and manufacturer sizes differ, you would have to find the exact size fridge or could have to re-do that entire area. Been there, done that!

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