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The dos and don’ts for kitchen renovation: Part 1
Renovating your kitchen is a large undertaking that will need a good portion of your attention. You’ll need to think about all the technical aspects as well as the financials, and this all needs to be done without forgetting the design and style of your space! This is a lot to think about and it’s understandable that you might feel overwhelmed already! To help you, I’ve put together a short list
Match the kitchen style to the whole house
People often choose not to renovate their whole home at once, which is very understandable! Renovating can be expensive, time-consuming and stressful! Because of this, when you choose to renovate one area at a time, you’ll want to dedicate yourself wholeheartedly to this one area. During this process, it’s important to keep the style of the rest of your home in mind. You don’t want to find that you’ve chosen a style that contradicts with the rest of your home! For instance, there is no point in creating an ultra-modern kitchen if the rest of your place is decorated like an English cottage, and vice-versa, even if a mix & match look can sometimes be successful.
Your kitchen is a place where you spend a lot of time chatting, eating, working… and sometimes cooking! Because of this, your kitchen is a hybrid space that is fundamental to the balance of your home. In order to enjoy this space as much as possible, you have to think practically.
The best way to practically plan your kitchen is to keep the work triangle in mind. This model links the three main kitchen elements, the sink, the fridge
Hire tradies for technical work
Wanting to renovate on your own is more than honorable, but for some parts, doing things by yourself can turn out very badly! So, it might be best to hire a