Kitchen Remodel Food For Thought

Dated: 09/16/2016

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I think we can all agree that one of everyone's favorite places in our home is the kitchen.  It tends to be the place where everyone gathers together.  In fact, it's sometimes the kitchen that can turn us away from a house we may be thinking of buying.  Whether you are considering a remodel of your kitchen for resale or for pure enjoyment for yourself, you should consider some design no no's as you move through the process.  You want to make your kitchen beautiful but it must also be functional.  Things to consider are all the people living in your home and their needs, having plenty of stations to work easily in your kitchen, and always keep an open mind for ideas you may not have even considered.  Continue reading the link below and get some really interesting insight and advice from a professional designer.  Very good food for thought!

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Tony Swainey

As owner of Tony Swainey & Co, my passion is to sell your home bringing you the largest return on your investment, in the least amount of time possible and make it an experience so exceptional that yo....

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