Renovating your kitchen is an investment that increases the value and functionality of your home. It goes without saying that kitchen renovations are a huge job, and because your kitchen is likely the most high-traffic area of your home, it’s important to go in with eyes wide open to avoid wasting time and money. Over the last two decades, the team at The Wright Kitchen has seen just about everything, including some pretty terrible kitchen disasters. If your contractor isn’t properly trained, you could be looking at costly mistakes. We’re letting you in on some of our top reno red flags, and how to avoid them.
Modern kitchens are the peak of sleek and sophisticated kitchen design. Kitchens with a modern design are blank slates, which is why they are such a selling factor for homes. Depending on your personal style, it’s simple to take
At the Wright Kitchen, our team designs custom cabinetry that is unique to each home that we renovate. Each section is put together with functionality, space, and aesthetics in mind. When it comes to kitchen renovation, there are many different options for your space, each with its own list of advantages. We’ve broken down why we love custom cabinetry for our clients, and some of the things that can be a little bit more challenging.
The absolute top request that we get from our clients is a kitchen island. Sometimes though, a kitchen just isn't wide enough for a traditional island to make sense. Keeping the flow of your kitchen optimal should be the top