We are in the last lap of our kitchen renovation, and I will second the idea of being prepared to deal with dust even if sealing off the area.
The reason ours is not yet done is primarily the countertop for the new island, as our first, and only two choices were not readily available due to limited availability for a Silestone choice we opted out of, and back order delay in availability of the Cambria quartz (Toquay) we did opt to get. These were the two I was willing to go with, as we are keeping some existing Corian counters, and the new one needed to be complimentary to those.
That said, just to suggest you verify timelines for delivery of new appliances, cabinets, flooring, counter, etc - which we had done, just had a surprise a couple of weeks in after the first few weeks went really well and on tight schedule.
As for managing without a kitchen, or full kitchen, we have had all appliances excepting a stovetop available since week three, but I am still trying to figure out where we put certain things "temporarily" during demo, so - if I had it to do over - I would more carefully organize and label things being put away for renovation duration.