If you enjoy cooking, then without a doubt, your kitchen will be the one room in your house that will require the most cleaning. The good news is that if you don’t fancy wiping down countertops and cleaning up spills constantly, with a little planning and some creativity, you can design a kitchen that will allow you to spend more time cooking and less time tidying up. In today’s post, a trusted siding and kitchen remodeling company explains how.
1. Buy Easy-To-Clean Appliances
When shopping around for kitchen appliances, it is easy to be drawn to ones with smart looks and even smarter features. However, one thing you should also consider is how easy they are to clean. For example, you can choose a range that doesn’t have knobs that have nooks that are hard to get into. There are also ovens out there with automatic steam cleaning programs and even coffee makers with automatic cleaning functions.
2. Avoid Open Storage
Open storage systems are a favorite among kitchen and bathroom remodeling contractors. They are also popular among homeowners who like to style their shelves. Unfortunately, they are pretty high-maintenance when it comes to cleaning. If you don’t want to move dishes, cutlery, and pantry items around just to give them a good dusting, opt for enclosed kitchen cabinets instead.
3. Choose Your Backsplash Carefully
Tile is a great choice when it comes to backsplashes because they are economical and come in a wide variety of shapes and styles. If you want to keep them sparkling clean, try to pick larger ones so that you have less grout to clean.
Whether you are in need of new siding or are thinking about upgrading your old kitchen, turn to the experts at VillWell Builders, LLC for help. To schedule an appointment, give us a call at (475) 271-1242 or fill out our contact form to request a quick estimate today.
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