A second basic consideration to make is which functions you want your new kitchen to perform. For example, if you are looking for a kitchen design that allows for guests to congregate and have chats before the main meal, then you do not want to choose a design that is enclosed in a different room. Luckily, there are numerous options from which you can choose.
Tying the whole kitchen together will be your countertop and backsplash selections. You have many options of materials, colors, and textures to choose from that this decision can become quite daunting. Your kitchen designer will be able to sort through all of the options, and help you to pull every design item in your kitchen into a coherent unit. While you are deciding on the features in your kitchen, the designer can be making changes on their computer to show you exactly what the design changes will look like in your finished kitchen. Maybe two great design items that are stunning individually, may not work well together, and seeing this on a computer screen can help you avoid making a poor decision, that you will regret later.