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Best Ways to Update G-Shaped Kitchens

Last Updated on March 29, 2022

Updating your kitchen is an exciting project and gives you the chance to personalize your space. But when you are not completing a full remodel, it may be hard to decide what to focus on first. Below are a few ways you can get the most out of an upgrade to your G-shaped kitchen.

New Cabinets

Take some time to think about your storage needs. Do you love to cook and have all the new kitchen gadgets? Do you have a large or growing family that requires extra pantry space? After determining your storage needs, you can decide what kind of cabinets you need.

If you want your cabinetry to be the focal point in your kitchen, start considering what color scheme you would love. Once you have that, you can move on to selecting your countertops.

New Countertops

Granite countertops are growing in popularity. They come in a wide variety of styles, colors, and designs, giving you ample opportunity to find the perfect fit. That said, there are also great alternatives to granite.

Think about your needs and typical use for shopping for a new counter. Do you cook a lot and want an area you can prepare without worry? Are your kids going to be using it and possibly spilling items, requiring an easy clean-up? These days you can find gorgeous countertops that also meet your functional needs.

Updated Peninsula

If your peninsula doesn’t have an option for seating, you may add this area to your upgrade list. Adding built-in seating to your peninsula creates a warm and more welcoming environment. Your friends or family can hang out there while you cook, or you can have a cozy area for dining.

There are countless ways to update your G-shaped kitchen, which may make the task feel daunting. If you start with these core areas, you will be well on your way to the kitchen of your dreams.

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