One of the most popular choices in kitchen renovation today is an entertaining kitchen design. If cooking is central to the way you entertain in the home, if every party you throw ends up with a kitchen full of guests, then it might be time to renovate to elevate—your dream kitchen awaits!
What is an entertaining kitchen?
Designed to multi-task, an entertaining kitchen is designed with entertaining in mind. More than just a space to prepare food, an entertaining kitchen integrates features that make cooking for and serving a crowd simple.
Working with a kitchen designer is key here! Sit down to discuss how you use your current kitchen, and then determine what you want to achieve through a remodeling process. A kitchen designer will help you assess the available space, and give you expert advice on how to maximize its potential.
Personalize and customize with custom cabinetry
Wood-Mode custom cabinetry will transform your kitchen for entertaining, and if you order before December you can also enjoy huge savings with their ongoing Pick-2 Savings Event. Take a look through the Wood-Mode kitchen cabinetry gallery to get inspired; there are over forty designs to help you fire up your imagination.
Think undercounter wine refrigerators with built-in shelving above to create a custom home bar. Consider an island to add seating as well as counter space where guests can watch you work, or pitch in with meal preparation. Do you ever hire caterers to do the cooking? You may want to add a butler’s kitchen.
Upgrading your kitchen with seating, media, and point-of-service areas for guests can transform your kitchen into the ultimate entertainment space—and that’s just the beginning. The sky is the limit when it comes to customizing your entertaining kitchen—consider refrigeration and warming drawers, a built-in espresso machine, glass-front cabinets to display your best china and stemware, and even a multi-level island to create prep, seating, and serving space for your guests.
Are you ready to get started on your dream kitchen? Stop into the Cabinets & Designs showroom at 4200 Westheimer to meet with one of our talented kitchen designers! And don’t forget to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Houzz.