Working in the kitchen can be very time consuming, especially if the kitchen is not very organised. If you feel that you spend too much time in the kitchen without great results to show for all that time spent, here are a few things you can try to increase efficiency and productivity.
A kitchen tends to be where a lot of the work is done within a home. Lots happens in a kitchen and therefore we value its space. Have you got china, plates, cups, and saucers, which take up kitchen cupboard space, and will likely have been inherited from a granny or two?
Oak can help bring a charming heritage look to your home’s interiors – especially given this particular wood’s strong association with ‘80s and ‘90s kitchens. Furthermore, if you look after oak well, such as by following these instructions from Better Homes & Gardens, this hardwood can serve you well for a while.
When renovating a home, the entire focus can often be on your bedroom and living room. For us, the kitchen is a really important room in the house, for me it’s always the most important, as it’s the place everyone congregates. It’s the busiest room in the house, always!
A few months into 2020, we’ve already seen which kitchen trends are popular this year. Wood finishes, gold accents, and marble are only a few that London kitchen designers are playing with. Bold use of colour also seems to be on point for 2020, which leads us to ask – are colourful kitchens becoming trendy again in 2020?
I don’t know about you but I place a huge amount of importance on the kitchen in a home. It’s where we all end up, most of the time. It’s by far the most used room in the house. It’s the dumping ground for people’s ‘stuff’, it’s where discussions happen, it’s where the food is […]
The kitchen, for me has always been known as the place where everyone congregates, the room we sort of ‘live in’ the most. What makes a great kitchen?
It might be difficult to get creative in making your kitchen space interesting, but you could try to look at it at through different perspectives if you’re facing a rut when it comes to designing.