It goes without saying that making the most of the space in your home is crucial. Whether your house is big or small, it’s essential to make the rooms appear as spacious and un-cluttered as possible.
Laying it Out: Organising the information into a workable scheme
When you have decided on a budget, you need to lay it all out. You need to organise the various data and information into a workable scheme. This includes keeping exact and orderly records. In preparing this pre-plan plan, you will have to pay heed to specific design factors.
27 Design ‘Nuggets’ that could make the difference between ‘Fine’ & ‘Fabulous’…
Not many of us will have the opportunity to create our ‘dream kitchen’ more than once, so it’s vitally important to know that what you choose and how things are laid out will stand the test of time.
Assessing the Kitchen You Have
It is a wise person who sits down and takes stock of what they have before they change it. This applies to many things, including kitchen remodelling. You should never start a job of any scale without ascertaining what is already there.
If you are looking for a challenge, why not plan to remodel your kitchen? It is one way to give your home that new home feeling. It also gives you a chance to entirely – or moderately, change the look or style of this special room in your home. In the process, you will can easily accomplish 2 important goals in many home remodels. You will increase the investment in your house, while adapting it to today’s life styles.
Every kitchen is designed on a budget, some are nice big fat juicy budgets where the world really is your designers oyster, however most projects have a sensible budget that any designer worth his salt can work to.
I always design a kitchen as if it were my own home and, although I follow trends closely and am impressed by a lot of the new technology being introduced into modern kitchen designs I still ask the question ‘will this appliance or device be of any any real benefit to my client?’