Kitchen Remodel

Tips for Remodeling a Tiny Kitchen or Bathroom

Remodeling is a big undertaking, no matter what size space you’re working with. And though it takes more materials and time to remodel a large kitchen or bathroom, it’s harder to get a smaller space to do everything you need it to do. That’s why the experts at Anve Kitchen & Bath wanted to share some tips for remodeling a tiny kitchen or bathroom.   Whether you are planning to remodel a house or apartment to rent out, or for you and your family to enjoy, these tips will help you make the most of the space you have.   Tips for Tiny...

Kitchen Renovation for Your Rental Property

Renovating for a rental property is a specific type of challenge. Every renter comes to the home with their own preferences, needs, and wants. And this is especially true in a high-use area like the kitchen. Let’s discuss some helpful kitchen renovation tips for your rental property.   Renovate for Durability & Ease of Use The kitchen’s style isn’t nearly as important as the functional aspects when it comes to rental renovation. The top things people are looking for when they’re looking at a rental unit kitchen design are its durability and ease of use.   For your sake and theirs, it’s important to...

Kitchen Backsplash Tile Dos and Don’ts

Your kitchen backsplash takes a lot of abuse, and it can start looking dingy and less vibrant over time. Is it time to update your kitchen with a mini project? Here are some kitchen backsplash tile dos and don’ts.   Do Consider Your Budget and Take Good Measurements While incorporating a huge and intricate mosaic tile design as your backsplash is certainly a gorgeous addition to your kitchen, it may be out of your budget – both in time and in funds.   Luckily, most kitchen designers, like the professionals you can work with at Anve, are used to working within a certain budget...

Recognizing Kitchen Red Flags

Renovating your kitchen is a big undertaking and one that almost certainly will impact your daily life. Like with many areas in your house, there are many things to consider before you dive into a remodel project. Part of knowing when and what to renovate in your kitchen space is recognizing the current and potential problem areas. Here are some tips and insights for recognizing kitchen red flags.   Kitchen Red Flags: Cabinets Replacing your kitchen cabinets is not a small undertaking. If you aren’t updating or modernizing, here are some ways to recognize kitchen red flags that warrant the replacement of...

Resale Remodel: Kitchen Edition

“The kitchen and bathroom sell a house,” according to this HGTV article.  The current housing market is favoring sellers, are you ready to jump in on the action? If you are looking to remodel your kitchen for resale, we have some helpful tips for you as you get started.   Layer Your Lighting The kitchen is a space that needs intelligent lighting, arguably more than any other room in the house. While putting in bright and stunning single fixtures to light the entire kitchen may be cost-effective, it won’t impress buyers.   You can still include a statement fixture that is large and placed...

Kitchen Remodel Ideas That Aren’t a Waste of Money

There are tons of “experts” out there who are telling you what the newest trends in kitchen remodeling are. And while you’re remodeling, it’s also important to think about whether you plan to live in the house or sell it in the next few years. The current housing market is going through a lot of turbulence, and some trends may be better suited for a house that will be for sale in the next few months or years.   But how do you know which ones are actually worth the time and money? Let’s talk about it.   Flooring Trends Some of the most...

Remodeling Your Kitchen during a Pandemic

In 2020, the US economy fell by 3.5%, but spending on home repairs and improvements increased by 3%, according to this study from Harvard. More and more, we are hearing about increased material prices and longer wait times on shipped items. So let’s go through some tips for remodeling your kitchen during a pandemic.   Plan Ahead The global supply chain for many renovation and home projects has been disrupted by COVID-19. So if you’re OK to wait, why not start the planning now? You can set a date to start your kitchen project for 4-6 months in the future, and start...

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