2020 Kitchen Remodeling Ideas Las Vegas
As the heart of every home, the kitchen truly deserves a makeover, and you’ve probably given some thoughts to remodeling your own kitchen for quite some time now. At Cabinet Craft Vegas, we’ve got you covered with the latest Las Vegas kitchen remodeling ideas in Las Vegas—from adding flair and stylish features to the overall look of your kitchen to adding kitchen backsplash, upgrading your kitchen appliances, and doing a paint update.
Adding / Updating Kitchen Backsplash
If your cooking and preparation area is usually on countertops installed directly against the wall, it definitely needs backsplash to protect the wall from all the water from the sink, food spill, and hot splashes. However, if you have one, you might want to update it. A tile backsplash is visually appealing, but you can opt for a design that you prefer.
Repainting Kitchen Cabinets
In the kitchen (be they large or small), cabinets have their own league, but their paint still becomes dated despite our desire to keep them spotless. Their glory, however, can be restored by some fresh paint. Neutral colors or just bright white can make your kitchen cabinets in Las Vegas look cool and sophisticated.
Adding a Kitchen Island
A kitchen island is a stand-alone countertop in the middle of the kitchen—hence, an island. It’s not only a more spacious area where you can prepare food but also one that allows you to dine and to store more food. No matter how big or small your kitchen is, you’ll need an island.
Installing Open Shelves
While wall cabinets above the countertops are fine, replacing them with open shelves will make your kitchen look larger than it really is. The shelf installation must be standard upper-cabinet height.
Choosing the Right Countertop
First, Las Vegas kitchen countertops can be customized according to the color (e.g., white, beige/off-white, gray, brown, black, and stainless steel) and material (e.g., quartz, granite, solid surface, butcher block, and laminate) you prefer, which have to be based on the overall look of your kitchen. Moreover, countertops actually make for a great focal point in the kitchen.
Upgrading Kitchen Appliances
With the constant improvement of technology, how we live our lives in the 21st century gets better in each day that passes by. Making an appliance upgrade in the kitchen certainly hurts one’s pockets, but if the kitchen appliances to be purchased are energy-efficient, then they’re a good investment. Who doesn’t want a water-saving dishwasher and an Energy Star-certified refrigerator?
Creating a Nook
A nook is that cozy underused corner in the room where you can eat breakfast or that can be used for extra storage. If your kitchen has an underused corner, make the most of it and turn it into a multipurpose nook that will look even better by accessorizing it with plenty of plump pillows!
Pay Attention to Flooring
Every project for one’s kitchen must definitely consider the flooring whether the project is just remodeling or renovation. There’ll be plenty of options for you. There’s hardwood for a traditional look. A wood-like appearance can be achieved with vinyl flooring. Lastly, a glazed ceramic tile gives that rustic feel and can be used either on the wall or on the floor.
Adding an Appliance Garage
Who doesn’t want neat countertops, right? Worry no more. You can achieve that through a built-in appliance garage where you can store your frequently used appliances such as an electric mixer and that can also function as a coffee station or baking center.
For some, the kitchen can be the extension of your personality, which can clearly reflect on how other items in the kitchen are arranged such as the clock, the kitchenware, and whatnot.