When it comes time to take on a kitchen remodel, you will be met with both excitement and doubt. On one side of things, you are excited to see how the project will turn out and what this will do for your life. On the other side, you are worried about the scope of the renovation, including what it will mean to your life for the time being.
Just because your kitchen is under renovation doesn’t mean you should have to eat out every day of the week.
Here are three tips for setting up a temporary kitchen:
1. Choose an “out of the way” location for your temporary kitchen. Your goal is simple: add everything you need to a debris-free space. It won’t be as convenient as your regular kitchen, but it will do for the time being.
2. Clear some counter space. For most, this means using a table as their counter. You may not think you need this, but it will come in handy when preparing even the most basic of meals.
3. Use paper products whenever possible. When you use paper plates and cups, you won’t be stuck washing dishes. This is a big deal when working out of a temporary kitchen, as you may not have plumbing. And who wants to wash dishes in a bathroom sink?
A kitchen renovation is never easy, but there are things you can do to avoid a major inconvenience. With the three tips above, you can quickly setup a temporary kitchen that will allow you to live your life during the project.
Do you have questions about this type of renovation project? Contact us for professional advice and guidance.