Homeowners likely have a long list of wants for their kitchen remodels. They want better functionality, more storage space, and the latest appliances. But how are they actually living in this space?
In its new study, the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) looked at homeowners' "attitudes and behaviors toward cooking, meal preparation, entertaining and kitchen design, and the influence of their lifestyles on the kitchen remodel and installation process," BUILDER's Leah Demirjian writes. The Lifestyle Segmentation Report is the first behavioral study the NKBA has done.
Key findings include:
Cooking and Meal Preparation
Design Confidence and Home Tech Needs