Where do I look for info on remodeling my small kitchen?

by Pat27462339
I want open shelving.

  7 answers
  • Gelaine Fasse Buhk Gelaine Fasse Buhk on Dec 30, 2017
    look on you tube

  • 27524803 27524803 on Dec 30, 2017
    DIYnetwork.com or HGTV.com or Pinterest.com

  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Dec 30, 2017
    Yes, you can always look on youtube.com but you can also use your search engine for ideas. Search ' small kitchen updates ' or ' updates small kitchen ' (You might get the same ideas, but maybe not.) ;) There are a lot of ideas online and many, many people have done what you want to do. One of the reasons I like the articles is because they often teach you exactly what they did. Sometimes videos just show the finished project. Take your time, look at everything you see. Your kitchen will probably be different from any idea that you see finished so keep looking, research, save the ideas you like (open a Pinterest account if you don't have one and save them there under Kitchen Ideas (make that board) Mix and match ideas you like that will work in your kitchen. Wishing you the best & Happy New Year!

  • Cheryl A Cheryl A on Dec 30, 2017

  • Emily Emily on Dec 30, 2017
    I have a small kitchen. It is 7' X 12' but the 7 foot width is from wall to wall so floor space is less than 3 feet wide. I have open shelves on the right side of the kitchen if you are standing in doorway looking in. They are five shelves about 8 feet long and 12 " deep. They go to ceiling. Some of the shelf space at the end of the room goes for a canister set, a metal box holding cereal etc. But mostly these shelves hold china which I collect. The rose patterned china I gave away and now have blue and white and green china there. This kitchen had once been a pantry but use changed before we bought this house. I opened up the wall at the end as much as possible.

  • V Smith V Smith on Dec 30, 2017
    All of the above plus -- make sure the shelving you have in mind will hold the weight of what you want to display. Make sure you will have enough non-display storage to use. Be honest about how you live, I have lived with open shelving and they gets dusty, and cooking oils land there as well. I suggest you draw out a plan decide how many shelves you need and what will be on them, mentally move into that remodeled kitchen and think about your needs.