Increasingly, basements are being converted into comfortable living areas, leading to the popularity of basement kitchenettes. The majority of homeowners are thinking about adding a kitchenette or a beverage center to their basement renovation.
Kitchenettes in basements typically form a small part of a larger living area in the basement. One example could be a family room built in the basement with a kitchenette attached. There may be a theater room with a kitchenette nearby, or a guest bedroom with a kitchenette. The area could also be part of a bar or entertainment area, or any other need that you might have.
Firstly, what is a kitchenette? Basically, it is a small kitchen for preparing food and beverages. Usually, it does not have the same range of appliances as your main home kitchen.
In a basement kitchenette, you can warm up food, prepare popcorn, store wine, and store snacks. A basement kitchenette can be challenging to design due to space constraints and a lack of natural light. It doesn’t mean the kitchenette should be overlooked just because it’s in the basement. These clever ideas will help you create a kitchenette in your basement that is both stylish and practical.
A FEW DESIGN FEATURES YOU’LL LIKE:
- Combine different types of kitchen cabinets such as shelving, drawers and cabinets to maximize storage space
- Take advantage of vertical space and maximize your walls with cabinets going up to the ceiling
- Choose lift up doors instead of swing doors
- Add a few open shelves
- Use a floating kitchen island
- Consider moisture proof cabinets such as the waterproof core found in the Euro Line
Mod Cabinetry offers cabinets that can be used for your Basement Kitchenette and Basement Kitchenette design services. Start your visualization with a Mod Certified Designer who will help you come up with an affordable design that allows you and your family to entertain and stay organized with ease.
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