A common question we get asked is: What is included in a 10×10 kitchen? In this blog, we’ll answer that question and more. If you’re hoping to save money when designing your kitchen or renovating your existing space, there are some simple things you can do to make the most of your space. If you’re interested in designing your own custom kitchen or would like to learn more about how we can help with your 10×10 kitchen design project, feel free to reach out to us at any time!
What is included in a 10×10 kitchen?
A sink, first of all. The sink is often part of the countertop. It may also be a stand-alone sink or a sink integrated into a butcher block counter. A fridge: The fridge is a standard refrigerator, but it’s typically smaller than a standard model. The fridge often includes a freezer. A stove: The stove is a standard stove top.If it’s pre-made or you’re looking for add-ons, you might opt to include the oven instead. These choices you make on appliances and types will impact your kitchen’s overall square footage.
How to save money on your 10×10 kitchen
Because of the popularity of the 10×10 kitchen, many companies have started to sell prefabricated 10×10 kitchens to help you save money on your kitchen. One way to save money on your 10×10 kitchen is to research prefabricated kitchens. In this format you usually pick a “template” kitchen that will be installed in your space. They’ll vary in style, appliances, and use of space, sso do your research.
Common mistakes to avoid on your 10×10 kitchen design project
If you’re planning to redesign your kitchen, follow these tips on how to avoid common mistakes:
- Don’t do it all at once – If you try to do it all at once, you’ll get overwhelmed by the project and might never finish it.Working, learning and doing all of it at once will make you picky about the details and knock out sensitive details — the kind you might forget or overlook the first time, or overlook out of fear of ruining your project. That doesn’t work when you’re starting out.
- Keep your kitchen organized together, not apart – When you find not-so-great solutions for organizing your kitchen, don’t put them in the same place all together. The same goes for your dining room or your living room. Different spaces are meant to be used differently.
- Know what colors and styles work well together – It could be that you like neutral colors or you like colorful interiors. Add pieces from both categories to make your space feel fresh and exciting. If you’re remodeling your kitchen, you’d benefit from decorating your dining room and living room first to make your space feel fresher and more comfortable.
Contact us today to learn more about 10×10 kitchens and how we can help you decide what kitchen options are best for you and the space you’re working with!