Hawaii’s aging home inventory requires homeowners to diligently maintain their properties to extend its lifecycle and avoid costly future repairs. However, many find that one room needs more attention than the rest. Of course, that room is the kitchen.

Beyond the wear and tear factor, kitchens are often up for renovation because they simply become outdated and fail to bring satisfaction and joy. The design-build experts at HK Construction, a fourth-generation kamaaina company, know how to breathe new life into Hawaii’s aging kitchens. Its team will work closely with homeowners to determine their specific design aesthetic — classic, modern or something in between — and meet their evolving wants and needs.
According to the National Kitchen & Bath Association’s 2024 Kitchen Design Trends Report, popular kitchen remodeling themes include connecting to the outdoors, incorporating easy-to-maintain minimalistic designs and well-curated lighting. It reported that “more than 57% of designers say their clients prefer an eat-in kitchen area instead of a formal dining room,” and “48% identified large kitchen islands as a top priority for serving and dining.” With Hawaii’s smaller homes, adding a kitchen island often helps solve multiple issues, including a lack of storage space and need for multifunctioning areas.

As a fully licensed, bonded and insured company, homeowners can confidently turn to HK Construction for kitchen renovation projects of all sizes.

To learn more, attend one of HK Construction’s complimentary seminars in April. Upcoming design-build seminars are at 6 p.m. on April 24 and 11 a.m. on April 27. Kitchen and bath seminars are scheduled for 6 p.m. on April 25 and 9:30 a.m. on April 27. Visit hkchawaii.com or call 808-220-4714 to register; no walk-ins allowed.

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