The kitchen is more than just a place to cook – it’s the heart and centrepiece of every home.
As well as preparing food, it’s a place where we gather to talk about our day, sip on coffee or a glass of wine and even entertain family and friends on special occasions. The modern day kitchen has to be functional as well as social, meaning there are many different aspects that should be considered in order to achieve the ideal design for each particular home.
Below are some key points to consider before designing your new kitchen.
- Selecting materials and colours are a key component in the design process as they will ultimately dictate the overall vibe and feel of the space.
Identifying which kitchen style (i.e. modern, traditional, Hampton) you would like will help narrow down the materials and colours best suited to create your dream kitchen.
- The layout of your kitchen should be tailored to your personal style of cooking and living. This means deciding on which storage solutions, accessories, appliances and design features you need and want to make sure your time spent in the kitchen is as enjoyable as possible.
- An island or butler’s pantry may be a great addition to your kitchen if you have a larger space to work with. This will allow you to have separate working, eating and entertainment zones to create a more organised and functional space.
Simple 6 Step Process
- Initial consultation
- Delivery & installation
- Project completion