When it comes to kitchens it’s understandable that a lot of people tend to go with white, this is because it’s timeless and won’t date. Kitchens are a big investment, we spend a lot of time in them and they need to be very functional but we think they should also look good. The argument for why people put in white kitchens is because it’s a neutral base, but sometimes with neutrals, they can look bland and lack personality. So how can you add some personality to your white kitchen (or any kitchen), we are going to chat through three ways below.
During this new season, we are all navigating maybe you are self-isolating or just choosing to spend more time at home. Maybe it could be the perfect time to give your interior a refresh.
Today let’s look at your kitchen. How about you give it a mini-makeover by doing some simple styling.
Planning your Kitchen
Do you love your kitchen? Should you love your kitchen? We think so. It’s one of the most used rooms in any given home. It’s often referred to as the heart of the home. It’s where we prepare our tasty gourmet delights, or a quick feed while we are on the run. A well-designed kitchen can save you time, save your legs, your back and even your wallet.
We thought we would go through what makes good kitchen design.
Here are some important considerations:
It’s important that the kitchen ties in well with the other living areas of your home.
Kitchen layout needs to be a very well thought out process, that occurs prior to design and colour choices. Design an efficient layout around the users and the tasks that they do on a daily basis – list your favourite and most cooked meals to work out what appliances you need. Choose appliances for how you use them over how they look.