The kitchen is the hub of the home and a place where family and friends often come together. Clever design will result in a kitchen layout that is a pleasure to use, regardless of your age or cooking skills.
Everyone’s taste in kitchen colours is different. While colours are a matter of personal taste, colour selection remains one of the most critical aspects to be considered when designing your new kitchen.
When considering a kitchen renovation there’s many things to consider, some of which are of fundamental importance, such as your budget, avoiding over-capitalisation and potential return on your investment if you’re thinking of renovating before selling your home. While these are very important considerations there’s a multitude of other design and feasibility matters to consider.
Imperial Kitchens has been involved in many thousands of kitchen renovations, and we’re constantly receiving feedback from our customers about their renovation experiences. Some customers have undertaken DIY renovation projects, while others recount experiences with different kitchen companies.
The conundrum faced by many homeowners is whether to invest time and money renovating, or to sell the property in its current condition. There are many factors to consider. As kitchen renovation specialists, we deal with many property owners and builders, so if you’re wondering, “Should I renovate my kitchen before selling my house?”, here is our advice.
With so much ‘clutter’ on the Internet, in magazines and from companies advertising for your business, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed when considering a kitchen renovation. However, when undertaking any major project you should be sure of two things: how much you have to spend and what you’re trying to achieve.
The two main things to consider before starting your kitchen renovation is what your budget is and which kitchen company you will use. Once you can answer these questions, the many options and choices you’ll need to make will all fall into place without unnecessary stress.
Many home owners feel constrained by limited space. This can be very frustrating if you feel you need to compromise on what you’d really like in your kitchen design. If you’re fortunate enough to have a large space for your kitchen, there are no such constraints. You should be able to include all the design features you’ve dreamed of.
The vast majority of people who’d like a new kitchen or kitchen renovation have little idea about how to plan it. Many of us know the general “look and feel” we’d like to achieve, but without expert guidance, the range of options can be daunting. Gather your thoughts and we can help you develop ideas for your new kitchen, while at the same time eliminating unnecessary stress.