Design Spotlight: Messy Kitchens by Schumacher Homes

The messy kitchen has become a favorite trend for many homeowners.

The Country Kitchen for Schumacher Homes' Messy Kitchen design

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December 24, 2020

Paul Schumacher
Schumacher Homes, CEO

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The kitchen is the heart of the home, and in open floor plans where communal areas form one large, inviting space, it has evolved further. This is why the messy kitchen has become a favorite trend for many homeowners.

Messy kitchen, full kitchen design by Schumacher Homes

The space can feel like a full-size kitchen with a refrigerator and a full-size sink where homeowners can store their prep work or chill an array of beverages for guests or ... 

French Country for messy kitchen design by Schumacher Homes

...  it can be customized to be a cozy area with just a counter and a few shelves.

Yukon kitchen for messy kitchen design by Schumacher Homes

Due to its central location, an open kitchen design can be an incredibly popular hangout, but heavy foot traffic can mean it quickly accumulates an unsightly amount of clutter. This is why a messy kitchen can be the answer you’re looking for.

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