5 Most Important Design Aspects of your Kitchen Remodeling Project in Houston
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September 27, 2021
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Jesse Coody

Jesse Coody

Jesse Coody is a native Houstonian who installed his first roof at age thirteen. Ever since, he’s had a passion for construction. He holds over 20 years of project management and sales experience in residential and commercial construction. He graduated from SFA in 1998 with a degree in business, then he went on to manage and facilitate large-scale commercial projects, working on high profile projects, such as Alief High School, ABC Pest Control, and Goodwill. From there, he transitioned back to the Residential sector, preferring the client interaction and the project personality involved. He’s great at building relationships and solving problems. Jesse joined Hestia as a Renovation Specialist in 2017. Jesse loves to be outdoors and spends his free time fishing, camping, hunting, or at the beach. He also enjoys reading and being with his family and friends.

5 Most Important Design Aspects of your Kitchen Remodeling Project in Houston

A Kitchen Remodeling Project in Houston can have many important aspects. Some people love to cook, and a huge cooktop is an absolute necessity. Others need something easy to maintain or a space with lots of storage. The Houston housing market is unique in many ways and location needs to be considered when planning a kitchen renovation project. No matter what is important to you, this guide will help you decide between key elements of a Houston kitchen remodel.

Layout options to Combine your Outdoor Living Space and Kitchen

Houston is warmer than most other cities and the best way to take advantage of the climate is by utilizing your outdoor space in conjunction with your kitchen. If it works with your design aesthetic and layout, a Dutch door or French doors are the perfect way to combine your outdoor living space or patio with your kitchen. Because of the recent work-from-home movement, outdoor living is more important than ever in cities like Houston. Changing your layout (or just your type of door) to combine the outdoor space and kitchen can improve your lifestyle and add value to your home.

Countertop Upgrades

No matter where you live, countertops are an important part of a kitchen remodel. You need to pick a type of kitchen counter that conforms to your lifestyle and design aesthetic. If you are looking for something easy to maintain, durable, and beautiful, there are many options to choose from. Laminate countertops, while practical and cost-efficient, are often viewed by homebuyers as having an inferior finish. Common types of countertops include marble, granite, soapstone, solid surface, slate, quartz, recycled glass, stainless steel, butcher block, quartz, and slate. It is important to do the research necessary to pick the right countertop for your lifestyle. A porous stone-like marble, while beautiful, may not hold up to your weekly Sunday Spaghetti Night. In that instance, a highly stain-resistant material like a solid surface or quartz might be best. Regardless, you should look at all the options and choose the one that best fits your needs and budget.

Kitchen Islands

Kitchen islands are a wonderful addition to a functional kitchen layout. They are a convenient place to meal prep or gather as a family. They are an excellent spot to display appetizers and snack foods for parties. A kitchen island can be the most multi-functional and versatile place in your home with the ability to combine a dining table, prep countertop, buffet table, and even the kitchen sink into one place. Removing a wall and adding a kitchen island is a great way to create an open floor plan in your home without losing a food prep area. Texans are all about family and kitchen islands are a common gathering place for families. If you don’t have one, consider altering your layout to include

Flooring Options

Flooring options are one of the most important decisions you can make in your kitchen remodeling project. The humidity in Houston can be terrible and, believe it or not, increase wear and tear on your flooring. Practical Flooring is a veritable necessity in the Houston area, but which option is best for you? If you are looking for lower maintenance and higher durability, tile is likely the best option. While it still requires grout cleaning, it is easier to maintain than wood floors and is highly resistant to damage from pets and foot traffic. It also gives the added benefit of a varied appearance with everything from wood-look tile to marble floors available in stores. Hardwood floors are beautiful, but not necessarily a practical choice in high humidity areas like Houston. Hardwood floors are highly susceptible to damage from moisture and temperature changes. Plus, they are easily damaged by pets and foot traffic and require extensive maintenance and specialty cleaners. Another solution is engineered wood. This type of flooring is a solid middle ground between hardwood and tile. Engineered wood is cheaper than hardwood and has increased resistance to temperature changes and moisture. However, it does still require specialty cleaners and can be damaged by pets and people.

Tile Backsplash

Houston is a unique city because of the many different types of people that live here. The tile backsplash in your kitchen truly shows the personality of your home. Depending on your goal of staying in your home or selling, you may consider different backsplash options. If you are selling, you will want to consider a more neutral backsplash option that would appeal to a broader group of buyers. If you are staying in your home, you will want to choose a backsplash that coincides with your personality and design aesthetic. The great thing about backsplash tile is the plethora of options available. You can find options from eccentric colors to standard white subway tile and everything in between.

Who should you call for your kitchen remodeling project in Houston?

Designing a new kitchen takes planning, time, and attention to detail. A full-service remodeling company like Hestia Construction and Design can help you bring your kitchen from design to reality. The Hestia renovation process is designed to minimize the time your kitchen is under construction. We work with you to design your kitchen, select and order your materials upfront, and finalize all material deliveries before the project is cleared for demolition. That way, Hestia can complete your kitchen remodel more efficiently and reduce the headache caused by unnecessary delays.

Our goal at Hestia is to deliver open communication with our clients and support them throughout the kitchen renovation process. We build our client relationships on trust and consistently exceed expectations. This unprecedented approach to customer communication and quality is commonly called “The Hestia Difference” and is one of the many reasons our clients love us. “The Hestia Difference” combines stunning design, a unique planning process, exceptional customer service, and quality craftsmanship. Contact us at (832) 399-2060 or through our online contact form to start your kitchen remodel as quickly as possible.

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