4 Kitchen Design Tips for Your New Custom Home

4 Kitchen Design Tips for Your New Custom Home

When you move into a new custom home, it’s a chance to start over.

When you move into a new custom home, it’s a chance to start over. If your old kitchen was too dark, too cramped, or too outdated to fit your needs, then you don’t have to let that happen again. Here are four ways to design your new kitchen in your custom home.

More Refrigerator Space

Part of the problem with your old kitchen might have been the lack of space in the refrigerator. But not anymore. When you design your custom home, you can ensure that the kitchen will be built to your wishes. What this means is you can leave space for a second refrigerator that won’t have you running to the basement or the garage. While you could use the second refrigerator to hold drinks, maybe you could reserve it for fruits, vegetables, or other perishables near where you’d cook your next meal.

Add More Technology

Technology is the way of the future in more ways than one. Although your smartphone can help you look up recipes, and your smart TV can keep you entertained while you work, that’s not all the technology you can use. Upgrade your sink faucets to sense when to turn on and off. Consider a new dishwasher, since modern dishwashers use less energy while doing a better job, as well.

Upgrade the Sink

We already mentioned one way to update your sink. But there’s more than one way to bring a new sink into your kitchen. Choose a larger sink or choose a recessed sink to give you more room to work with.

Add New Flooring

You won’t have to keep staring at the same old floor anymore. If you love the look of dark hardwood flooring, why not incorporate it into your new kitchen? After all, your custom home should allow you to live a life of luxury.

Build Your Perfect Home with Homeland Builders

Homeland Builders is honored to help you build your dreams. We proudly serve the custom home needs of families throughout Anne Arundel County, Calvert County, Queen Anne’s County, Prince George’s County, Saint Mary’s County, Montgomery County, and Howard County. If you’re located in Maryland and have a vision for the perfect home for you and your family, don’t hesitate to give us a call at 443-336-1164 or email us at vincemazza@homelandbuildersllc.com today, and we will be happy to answer all of your homebuilding questions. Let us provide you with our complimentary consultation to discuss your project design and budgeting requirements.

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