Happy Holidays from Kitchen Views

Decorated window at seating area at Kitchen Views in Warwick

We hope you have been enjoying the blogs from our Kitchen Views designers. They all have great advice, and plenty of valuable information to share. It’s extremely important reading if you are thinking of building a brand new kitchen or remodeling the old one.

Here at the home office, we would like to offer some holiday advice! As we close in on the holidays and the entertaining begins, you should think closely about how you work in your current kitchen, and how it doesn’t work for you!

Those annoying inefficiencies and the awful work flow pattern will magnify itself when more people get in your kitchen to “help” you over the holidays. Perhaps you can cope when it is just you, but add another person, and it becomes a working nightmare. So think about what is going on and make a list. List the things that are wrong and the things that annoy you about the kitchen. Then, don’t forget to make the good list – the wish list!

After the holidays, give the Kitchen Views nearest you a call and make an appointment to see one of our designers. We will sort things out for you and get you started on the road to a beautiful new, and efficient kitchen!

Take care, and have a great holiday season!

Kitchen Views

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