Your Kitchen is one of the main expenditures in your home, we all want to make a statement with it. The first thing everyone wants to hear when a visitor enters the kitchen is “Wow your kitchen is beautiful, who did it for you?” – The question all kitchen designers and manufacturers love to hear being asked.
Obviously the style, design, layout and size you have to work with are an important element to consider when choosing your desired kitchen but colour plays an important part of any design.
One of the obstacles we encounter when designing a kitchen is that the client has left it to late. What I mean is that the house is already structurally complete. The ideal time to start considering your kitchen is when you have received your house plans from the architect. While an architect is highly skilled he or she is more focused on light, space and design. This is where the kitchen designer comes into play. Having a window moved 300mm is not a big deal to the design of a house but can make a huge difference to the overall kitchen design. It can make the difference between having a chimney breast effect or turning a corner with kitchen cabinets, moving a door can also have the same desired effect. When your new home structure is complete and the plumber, electricians want to know where the cooker switch, power points, light switches are to go this this is where your early planning comes into play. Having the answer to all your tradesmen questions can save money in the long run.