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Renovating a Kitchen

Renovating a Kitchen

The kitchen is the most frequently used room in your home. That’s why it faces significant wear and tear and requires a comprehensive approach to renovation. Kitchen remodeling doesn’t just involve improving its appearance. It includes significant work on its functionality.

At Spectrum Homes and Remodeling, we have years of experience meeting the toughest kitchen renovation challenges. We’ve helped hundreds of homeowners in Lehigh Valley, Allentown, and Bethlehem make the most out of their kitchen remodeling plans. To find out how we can help you do the same, please contact our remodeling team at a convenient time.

Planning the Layout and Design

A well-thought-out kitchen design can significantly enhance the overall efficiency and enjoyment of your cooking and dining experience. At Spectrum Homes, we know how important a beautiful yet practical kitchen is to any family. Whether you want to introduce some tweaks or change the entire functionality, we can help.

From finding the perfect spot for your family-sized fridge to selecting the right countertop, you need to plan each element carefully. 

Our remodeling team can help you with the following:

  • Draw a floor plan
  • Choose the shape of your kitchen
  • Discuss space consideration
  • Make cabinetry choices
  • Plan a kitchen island
  • Choose kitchen colors
  • Plan the lighting
  • And much more

With proper planning, you can transform your kitchen into a stunning and functional space that reflects your taste and meets your family’s needs.

Choosing the Right Materials and Finishes

The right materials and finishes define the durability and aesthetic appeal of your kitchen space. Opting for high-quality materials ensures longevity and reduces the need for frequent repairs. The toughest part is to find materials and finishes that combine style, functionality, and integrity.

  • Countertops – quartz, granite, bamboo, marble, wood
  • Cupboards – wood, wood veneers, PET laminate
  • Backsplash – tile, glass tile, quartz, granite, marble
  • Floors -tile, wood, laminate.

The majority of surfaces in your kitchen face significant wear and tear. That’s why kitchen renovation requires finding a delicate balance between durability and aesthetic appeal.

At Spectrum Homes and Remodeling, we help each client choose the best materials and finishes for their unique kitchen. We consider a wide variety of factors, including remodeling trends, client preferences, and manufacturing technologies.

Maximizing Storage and Organization 

A well-designed storage system not only enhances the functionality of your kitchen space but also creates an efficient environment. No matter how big or small your kitchen is, there are many ways to increase storage capacity and create space for kitchen essentials, food, and beautiful decor.

At the initial stages of your kitchen remodeling project, you can plan for effective storage that will serve you perfectly for many years.

Our kitchen design and remodeling team shares multiple kitchen storage options to find the ideal arrangement for your unique needs. We suggest custom cabinetry design elements that maximize storage while leaving enough space for cooking and dining with your family.

Your kitchen doesn’t have to be spacious to be perfectly organized. It simply requires a professional touch.

Spectrum Homes and Remodeling: Creating Dream Kitchens, One Renovation at a Time

A dream kitchen begins with careful planning. Whether you are remodeling an old kitchen or starting a new one from scratch, you need to consider a variety of factors that go into designing the most popular room in your home.

The kitchen renovation team from Spectrum Homes and Remodeling has already designed and remodeled hundreds of kitchens in Lehigh Valley, PA. We are always happy to apply our experience and skills to your kitchen remodeling project.

Contact us today to start the fun journey toward creating the kitchen of your dreams.


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