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Does your kitchen need a face-lift?

September 9, 2016

The kitchen is the heart of many homes, a place where everyone comes together. Giving your kitchen the ‘designer’ look can be an expensive job. However being the heart of your home it’s key to make it stand out and set the distinctive look for the rest of the house. There are a few things you can do to give that tired kitchen the facelift it deserves.

A fully fitted kitchen is always beautiful. The ‘designer’ look gives your kitchen that stand out feature; with the range of modern worktops, fixtures and appliances you can choose the exact theme you want.

Styles come and go so replacement work tops and cabinet doors may be in order. A bubbled work top or tired cabinet door can leave your kitchen looking old and out dated. With a theme in mind you need to see what fits your kitchen. Whether you going for something modern like high gloss with handless doors or keeping to something a little more traditional with solid woods; normally oak or pine there will be something on the market for you. As for worktops there is extensive variety so you could have a little fun seeing what fits with your specific kitchen.

A simple lick of paint on the walls gives a fresher feel to the room. Generally neutral, lighter colours add a cleaner feel, whilst also making the room appear larger. With a neutral colour, you can still make the kitchen you own by adding the accessories to you particular taste. Adding a nice paint job is the quickest and easiest way to update your kitchen.

A simple upgrade of appliances can give your kitchen the instant lift that it desires. You can combine it will a nice new colour on the walls or as a stand along job. An upgrade on your fridge, freezer, oven or any other appliances can uplift you kitchen giving it that modern look once again.

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