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Does Size Matter For Kitchens?

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Does a kitchen have to be big to be beautiful? Can small kitchens satisfy? We think that beautiful kitchens come in all shapes and sizes! Here is what REALLY matters: 1. It's not the size, it's the functionality! Create a kitchen that functions for You! When remodeling an Atlanta kitchen, we consider everything from the families' shopping habits to the chefs' heights to ensure we create a space that works for the family that lives there! 2. Proper landing and prep space and adequate/comfortable traffic flow are possible even in smaller kitchens. If you don't entertain and prefer a smaller kitchen, there is nothing wrong with that! 3. If resale is a consideration either now or in the future, factor that in to all your kitchen decisions when you remodel. Whether you love big or small kitchens, consider the opposite point of view to ensure some universal appeal if you'll need to sell your home in 5 - 7 years.Questions about kitchen remodeling? Ask away! Or visit us at http://www.akatlanta.com/Atlanta-Kitchen-Renovations-By-AK

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  • Aquascape Inc.
    Aquascape Inc. Saint Charles, IL
    on Sep 26, 2012

    Gorgeous kitchens!

  • AK Complete Home Renovations
    AK Complete Home Renovations Marietta, GA
    on Sep 26, 2012

    Thank you Aquascape!

  • Connie K
    Connie K Kennesaw, GA
    on Sep 27, 2012

    I agree completely. If a kitchen is functional it can be made beautiful with decorating. However, if not functional, no matter how beautiful you will never love it. I really like your work and design philosophy.

  • Barbara Morgan
    Barbara Morgan
    on Sep 27, 2012

    Size doesn't matter if it's laid out well and you have a little bit of counter space

  • Barbara Truskowski Williams
    Barbara Truskowski Williams Twin Lakes, WI
    on Sep 27, 2012

    I have a small kitchen and I love it...easy to get around and everything at reach

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