New Year..New Kitchen?
Not so long ago you took down the decorations, clogged up the vacuum cleaner with pine needles, filed away the Christmas cards, was too nervous to stand on the scales, and the thought of that dry January you promised yourself made you feel like a stiff drink.
But something else may have happened, too. You may have spent a lot of time in the kitchen, and you may have cooked for large numbers. While doing so you probably noticed things that have become faulty or look a little tired, and you also identified improvements that could be made. For example, as you got the Christmas dinner underway you found yourself wondering why, when you commissioned this kitchen, you didn’t order a double oven and a larger fridge, and why the preparation area is so far from the hob.
In short, you may have thought – it’s time for a change of kitchen that fashions a better, brighter, more modern and user friendly space which is not only practical, tailored to your needs and desires, but also a space where it’s pleasant to spend time either creating or relaxing.
Inspired Kitchen Trends
From uber-modern sleek and streamlined elegance to a traditional country cottage chic, everyone’s idea of kitchen perfection is different. Each bespoke design will be dictated by a combination of personal taste, room dimensions, practicality and functionality. And, of course, style.
Because the perfect kitchen not only looks beautiful, it’s a social living space – the heart and hub of any home where increasingly we don’t just cook, we enjoy spending time with family and friends.
Trends in kitchens change constantly too so what are the key ones to consider if you’re planning a remodel?
The bathroom is the sanctuary of a home, a space where you can relax, unwind and soak away stress at the end of the day.
But when the alarm goes off, it can also be the busiest room in the house, where time is in short supply and efficiency is the number one priority.