“I have always wanted to be a Mom, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to be pregnant,” Stacy said. “Is being pregnant during a major house renovation ideal? It has its downsides,” the Weston homeowner admitted. “But it also really helps me prioritize what’s important about our new kitchen.”
Kitchen Design: Building Beautiful Tomorrows
“This is the first kitchen our baby will ever see,” Stacy said. “When she’s sitting in her high chair looking around, she’ll be thinking this is home. This is happiness.” Because making healthy food is a high priority for Stacy, her Weston kitchen renovation team is hooking her up with a design that offers a large island with plenty of counterspace for meal prep as well as built in storage space.
“I am looking forward to so many things,” the Mom-to-be said. “Making cookies during the holidays. Teaching her to make scrambled eggs. All those little things I remember doing with my Mom. Even washing dishes.”
One of the advantages of working with a professional kitchen designer is that they’ll help you achieve a kitchen that meets your current and future needs. A young growing family creating their forever home will want different things from their kitchen than the older professional couple who eat simple meals except when they pull out all the stops to entertain their friends.
Everyone wants to make memories, but the idea of what those memories should look like vary from person to person. That being said, there are certain design elements that are common to any great kitchen.
A great kitchen for making memories will have enough space to contain everyone you want it to contain, comfortably. Couples who cook together need to be able to move freely through the room to gather ingredients, clean utensils, fetch pans and so on. It’s also really important to have adequate storage for fresh food and groceries, as well as the smaller appliances that make cooking with kids so much fun.
New baby on the way? Be whole-home ready. Call your Weston renovation experts today.