Are you looking to give your kitchen a new lease on life?
If so, then this article is for you!
There are so many style options and choices available that renovating your kitchen can seem a little overwhelming, and it can be difficult working out where to start. With this in mind, today we’ll be running through ways in which you can renew your kitchen environment, covering: ways to store utensils, improving storage, and how to choose colours and materials.
So what are we waiting for,? Let’s get started…
Ceramic is often best because it’s a smooth surface that gives a full gloss finish.
Use materials that withstand high temperatures and can be easily cleaned. Polished concrete is an excellent, economical choice. For more refined tastes, we recommend a marble or granite.
Say goodbye to large utensils and appliances in the kitchen; start using smaller items that are practical to clean and store.
Use the corners in your kitchen, and if you have limited space, install shelves and cabinets to organise your utensils and appliances.
Creating a bar with high shelving in your kitchen looks super cool, and saves on space!
Having a glass coated worktop provides a unique glow to the space. Moreover, you only need water and soap to clean it.
One of the most important factors in your kitchen’s design is the lighting; it can be used add flair and originality to the design.
Besides offering comfort, they offer functionality and ease of use.
Steel is a great option, as the material is delicate and aesthetically appealing.
Wood extensions are a new and comfortable alternative means to increase worktop space.
A handy storage solution such as the one pictured above will help you to find all your utensils in a jiff, and avoid any unpleasant cuts from rummaging through the drawer.
No matter if your kitchen is large or small; you can choose materials that will stand out. Here, the granite and steel are just wonderful.
Here, every inch of space has been used with shelves, bookcases and a large table in the center. Simultaneously, the light, artwork and hanging plants imbue the room with a warm, welcoming and vibrant feel.