The spring and summer season is the best time to decorate your home. You are more creative when the sun is shining and one of the best ways to start the BBQ season is with a newly decorated kitchen. Nowadays, there are hundreds of fitted kitchen designs available and many manufacturers allow you to customise one to suit your home. With dozens of different shapes, layouts and styles to choose from, it can be hard to know where to start.
Therefore, it’s a good idea to jot down a list of what you want your kitchen to be used for. Cooking is of course the key activity, but with the summer season nearing, you may want to create a light and airy kitchen-diner, a bar area for summer parties, a laundry area or block island for performing cooking classes. Storage is also a key factor when creating your fitted kitchen design.You should consider how much crockery, cooking utensils and glassware you have to store. Perhaps you buy your food in bulk, in which case you will need good sized cupboards and shelves to store everything.
KitchensforSale.com is the perfect place to start when planning a fitted kitchen. This convenient website offers a free kitchen design and quote, and their experienced designers offer a no obligation planning service, helping you create a perfect kitchen for your home. For more information on their services click here.
Kitchens for Sale also have a products page where you can view a wide range of kitchen designs. There are contemporary styles, such as the light and modern Kendal cinnamon range or the sleek Richmond walnut design with large chrome handles: perfect for kitchens with stainless steel appliances. If you’re looking for something more traditional, take a look at their county kitchens page, where you will find simple, elegant designs such as the Kensington painted selection with avocado and cream shades, and luxury granite worktops. The Rolleston Swiss pear county kitchen is ideal for both cottages and larger homes, and has an arched door design finished in a Swiss pear foil. A Belfast sink, wine rank, dresser units, block island and traditional range cooker completes this cute cottage like design.
There are many different types of kitchen floors to choose from; vinyl is generally the most popular as it’s a cost effective option and is waterproof, meaning it’s easy to keep clean. To really add style to your kitchen, tiles are another great option and come in a variety of designs, including slate, mosaic and even sparkly glitter selections, which are perfect for really adding the wow factor. You can also opt for engineered hardwood floors which are specially designed for kitchens and are ideal for traditional, cottage style designs.
For a free kitchen brochure visit Kitchens for Sale.com today. Their design and quote service will help you decide on your new kitchen shape, layout and style and will also help you design a fitted kitchen within your budget.