When the day of your kitchen remodel arrives, you will want to be prepared. Once you have worked with a remodeling company and have plans mapped out with an architect, you can discuss the duration of the remodel. This will allow you time to prepare how you will handle meals, workarounds if your kitchen is not usable and what items you need to put away in storage. You can also discuss with the team any other needs and how you will work together as they make your kitchen dreams come to life!
Food and Meals
During a kitchen renovation you might be in between appliances. This will affect the food in your refrigerator and freezer, how you’re able to cook and what meals you will be able to prepare. If you have a second refrigerator or freezer, you’re in luck! If you don’t, it might be a good time to make some space for it. Depending how long the renovation takes, it may be easier to keep non-perishable foods on hand and create meal plan lists that are feasible for you and all others living in the home using minimal appliances. Crockpot recipes and microwaveable items are great in a stitch. These kitchen appliances are a great way to cook a great meal without using too much of your kitchen.
As your kitchen remodel is in full swing, you will temporarily be without your usual arrangement. It can feel frustrating and hectic but completely worth it when your have your new kitchen! Come up with a plan to get you through this period. If dining out is a preferred option, make sure your budget allows. Dining out is a convenient option but can get costly, and be difficult to make healthy choices. You may want to balance cooking meals at home with dining out, because while you may be without some of your key appliances to cook.
You will be investing in new cabinetry for your kitchen, everything you have must go somewhere. It may feel like a move in many some aspects! First, make a list of your most commonly used items and utensils, and which of those you will need to use during the remodel. This can include cooking utensils, plates, cups, silverware, etc. Safely pack the rest of your items in storage. Another option if it is easier to pack everything up is to purchase plasticware and paper plates. If the duration of the remodel will be long, work on setting up a temporary kitchen arrangement. For more tips, read HGTV’s, Surviving Without a Kitchen During Your Remodel
Despite the work that goes into a kitchen remodel project, it will be well worth it. You will have the space you have always wanted and the value of your home will increase. When it comes time to put everything away in your new cabinets, check out these three organization tips for your kitchen remodel in Denver
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