Determine the purpose of your kitchen - will it be used in the near future for anything other than cooking? For example, you can also add in a dining table for family gatherings and evening feasts if you have a spacious kitchen.
Consider changing the style, colour and/or design of the tiles when you start renovation. Traditionally, the classic style is used, but you can choose from a variety of options, given the interior design of the house and your personal tastes.
Make a detailed plan about how you are going to go about any repairs needed. It is important to think in advance about whether it will be a complete overhaul, including the replacement of wiring, reloading floor and ceiling coverings, wall covering, and installation of new equipment and furniture, or just a partial modernization of the kitchen.
In the case of major repairs, pick up the kitchen furniture, and move it out of the way - this must be done before you start wiring.
Draw a sketch of the future kitchen with complete dimensions and furniture arrangement. Think about the materials you will use to coat the walls, plank floors, how to decorate the ceiling etc. This sketch can be used as a reference when you begin the renovation.
When choosing tiles, pay attention to the fact that they must be moisture resistant. Most often, tiles used in kitchens are made up of laminate, linoleum or ceramic.
If you want to save time and effort, hire a work crew to perform the repair work. However, keep in mind that this service is extremely expensive.