Kitchen remodeling pays back 70-80 percent of their cost.
Areas to consider when designing your kitchen include: • functionality • interaction with others • safety • storage and organization • entertaining • resale • style
Ultimately it’s you who best understands your own working habits and preferences in your kitchen. Lone Star Contracting’s kitchen designer can work with you to design a kitchen that fits your personality and lifestyle.
Kitchen improvements may include backsplash, custom cabinets, painting, countertops, lighting, tiles and ceramics and sinks.
There are two basic cabinet styles: European-style (frameless) and face-framed cabinets. Each style has a variety of door, wood and finish options. Cabinets vary in degree of construction quality such as roll-out and tilt-out drawer features.
Countertop choices range from very durable materials like solid surface or granite to the less expensive, but attractive choices of ceramic tile and laminates.
Popular flooring choices include sheet vinyl for moderately-priced kitchens; ceramic tile in pricier kitchens, and wood floors, which are gaining popularity in both moderate and high end kitchens.
Kitchen sinks are made of materials such as solid surface, cast iron, stainless steel and plastic. Mounting styles are either top-mount or undermount with a combination of sizes and features: single-bowl, double-bowl, deep or shallow. Faucets offer various finishes: polished brass or nickel, brushed nickel, chrome, stainless steel. Other options and price ranges include pull-out sprayers, single-levers, double-handled.