Published at Thursday, October 11th 2018. by Rosalie Mills in Kitchen.
Think logically. What things from your existing kitchen are you planning to keep? What are you going to throw away? What will need replacing? What can be refurbished and re-used? All of these questions can give you a headache so make lists of what you’re throwing away and what you need to buy. That way you’re always in control and won't end up with two of anything. When deciding what new furniture and appliances to invest in start by listing what you need and then move on to what you want. Fitting in the necessities should always be your priority.
Once your new kitchen is done, the idea is that it is built to last at least a generation before you feel the itch to get a new one to renovate. That need for a change is quite expected. Why else would you be getting new kitchens if you’re not moving into a new home?
Concrete or rich colored woods are a great way to create a modern design aesthetic. Most classic or traditional kitchens use white-washed or light colored wood to create the look so go the opposite way for modern! Minimal furniture and features also help to create a modern feel. This also helps with maintenance and clean-up too. Check out these images for inspiration.
The entire modern kitchen design aesthetic elevates utility and function above all else. All the materials involved in modern designs are highly resistant to staining and damages, which makes them easy to clean and to maintain. By elevating utilitarian designs to an art form, the modern kitchen is both highly attractive and highly functional- even if it can be a bit intimidating at first glance.
The best part of getting a new kitchen, apart from finally walking into your dream room, is having the minute details handled by a professional. Good installation firms will oversee the little things and diligently execute the bulk tasks for you. There are shady firms which do shoddy jobs but cover up on the surface. Get an installer with a proven excellent track record and glowing reputation. For one, you may need to actually see a sample of their work that has been in place for a considerable length of time.
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