The tiles in your kitchen can make a real impact on the look and feel of the space. If you don’t feel like re-tiling the whole lot, perhaps consider giving your existing tiles a deep clean.
Alternatively, splash out on some brand new tiles to make a real impact. There are all sorts of shapes and colours available, so think carefully about what works best in the space.
Lighting can completely change the mood of a room and it’s fair to say the kitchen often goes neglected in this area.
Down-lighters can offer subdued illumination, while a lamp in the corner can provide just enough light. This is especially a great idea if you have an open plan living and dining room.
With so many appliances, crockery and cutlery lying around the kitchen, it can be difficult to know where to keep them all.
The great news is there are many ingenious storage solutions available these days that you won’t be stuck for ideas, so the next time you go looking for it you’ll know where to find it.
The countertops in your kitchen need to stand all the everyday wear and tear you throw at them, while also managing to look attractive in the process.
Your choice will depend on a range of factors, with one of the most prominent being your budget. Marble looks great and is hard-wearing, but it’ll cost you much more than many other options.
There’s no better way to lift up your spirits than to allow a bit of natural sunlight into your home, and this is certainly the case in the kitchen.
Choosing your window coverings carefully will achieve this. Bear in mind they’ll need to be durable, which is why blinds are such a popular choice in this part of the home.