New kitchen style for you
With Easter just around the corner, is now the right time to change up and have your new kitchen fitted? Well, we can’t think of a better time!
With all of the stresses of christmas now behind us, and plenty of time on our hands to get used to a new kitchen, now’s the perfect time to make the investment.
The right style for you
With many different styles of kitchens available for you to choose from, you might be left with too many options, and have a hard time finding the right one for you. So why not make your decision a bit easier by considering the style that you are looking for in advance!
Country kitchens have been in and out of style for many many years, however, many people consider them a timeless classic look for your kitchen. If your home has that overall classic comfy and cosy feel to it, adding in a country style kitchen can continue that style.
Country kitchens are often wooden, or at least wood-effect. Modern country style kitchens often feature wooden doors with a matt painted finish, in subtle pastel colours.
For those who are looking for simple, clean lines, and whose house follows a very minimalistic style, a contemporary kitchen could be the perfect design for you. Many contemporary kitchens are now available with push-to-open fixings, meaning that you can even do away with the handles that would otherwise look out of place.
The majority of kitchens that we have fitted recently fall into the simple kitchens category. Now, while the word simple might have you thinking we mean a basic kitchen, it can be far from it. These are kitchens that are stunning to look at, without much to draw you away from the simple design. There are no hidden features of push-to-open doors, you can accessorise your doors with attractive handles to suit your style. Your doors and drawers are kept simple and sleek, allowing you to draw the focus into other features in the kitchen, such as accessories, tiles or even colours. The biggest benefit to this style of kitchen is that you can decorate around it however you like, and no matter what, it will look like you did it all together (see our blog on new tiles with existing kitchens).