Why not blast off New Year 2011 with a new kitchen for the whole family to enjoy? Maybe when you bought your house you promised you would fix it, but never quite got round to it. Alternatively perhaps your kitchen just needs new cupboard doors and worktops – many people buy a new car every three years so why not apply this philosophy to kitchens too.
Go on, click on find a kitchen fitter and go straight to a list of rated tradespeople in your area on standby to assist you. Before you do so though, here is a short list of the most important thoughts you should consider:
o Do you want a central cooking area or one against the wall? With all the chaos involved in stripping out an old kitchen you may as well get it right at the same time too.
o If you have the room for it, include a family centre, or as least a breakfast nook where kids can gather after school for a snack and perhaps a spot of television. A modern kitchen is far more than just a space where Cook works – it is also the hub of many modern homes.
o Colour is often free, and you should take up the opportunity to make your personal statement with it. After all, are not different coloured floor laminates the same price, and does that not also apply to paints and ceramic tiles too? The sky’s the limit when you use your imagination – Kitchen Fitters London recommends searching Google Images using the keyword kitchen for fresh new ideas.
o To avoid disappointment you must have a budget for your kitchen upgrade. Bear in mind though that you are investing money in improving durable fixed property as opposed to buying consumer goods that may not last forever. A quality kitchen is often the deal maker in a home sale, while a cheap and shoddy upgrade may break the deal. Our advice is to do it properly, or wait until you can afford a decent job.
Did we inspire you to splash out on a new kitchen? You will be glad you did after the fuss and bother is all over. Your first step is to get kitchen fitter quotes on Mr-Skill. The next is to be bold, use your imagination and think out the box. Have fun, enjoy.