Asked on Aug 7, 2012

Is Your Kitchen Your 'Real' Living Room?

KMS Woodworks


For the past decade, we've noticed homeowners spending more time living, working and entertaining in their kitchens. Kitchens are evolving from a closed-off room with a singular purpose to the most open, high traffic and high functioning space in the house. If you were to remodel your kitchen, how would you create live-in value in this hub?
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  • KMS Woodworks
    on Aug 8, 2012

    Our kitchen is already pretty open. It forms one corner of a somewhat tringular arrangement with the dining room and the actually living room...which are open as a "great room". i have been working way way through my home doing a remdel / expansion for the last few years the kitchen is the last major room. The only real change planned is to move the sink about 6" to the right to center it below the window...this will open up a little more space in the blind corner by the stove.

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