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Three great ways to improve kitchen countertop space

January 27, 2012

Three great ways to improve kitchen countertop space

Three great ways to improve kitchen countertop space

One of the biggest complaints homeowners make about their kitchen concerns kitchen countertop space...or rather the lack of it. Whether your home is a new construction or older property, countertop space is usually lacking.

There are two major reasons for this:

  1. Countertop space in the kitchen is usually comprised of multiple small surfaces—okay for small tasks but not suitable for, say, serving dinner for six.
  2. We all tend to fill our countertops with clutter; spice racks, storage jars, a kettle, the toaster.

If you are considering hiring a Montreal general contractor to renovate your kitchen, then use the opportunity to increase your countertop space—you won’t regret it.

Here’s some great ways to maximize the work areas in your kitchen:

  • If you have a large open-concept kitchen, then a kitchen island is a must. Not only does an island dramatically increase countertop space, but it also brings a new dimension to the functionality of the space—it can also be used as a breakfast bar.
  • Similar to an island, a kitchen peninsula will increase the work areas of your kitchen, add a sense of separation from the other downstairs room of your home and can also serve as a breakfast bar.
  • Tiered countertops allow you the opportunity to keep your storage jars and spice racks in place, but maintain a good-sized work area, too—giving you the best of both worlds.

Whichever option you choose to increase your countertop space during your kitchen renovation, make sure you employ a good Montreal general contractor such as Dilamco to do the work for you.

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