It is important to consider how you and your family will use the space when planning a kitchen.

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Mistake 1: Not Considering the Space and Its Size
It is important to consider how you and your family will use the space when planning a kitchen.
“Do you want the kitchen to play a purely practical role, or will it be a place to socialize? Secondly you must look at the size – do you have enough room for an open plan design or do you need to consider a more compact formation?”

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Mistake 2: Taking Neutral Too Far
Avoid using too many pale colors in a kitchen with a lot of windows because the room can appear colorless in bright light.
Brighter colors will always work well in a room that lets in lots of light. If you´re reluctant to go too bold use subtle injections of color to add visual interest.

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Mistake 3: Not Being Clear On Your Budget
People often don´t have a clear vision about their budget so make sure you do your research to get a feel for the typical cost of refurbishing a kitchen. Make your available budget clear to your chosen designer from the outset and be aware that worktops, appliances and accessories vary greatly in price.

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Mistake 4: Compromising On Quality
Lastly, never compromise on quality and good advice. A kitchen is a big investment so it´s not worth making compromises. A handmade kitchen is obviously much more durable than a mass-produced product and will offer longevity over the years.

 

 

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