> Our Top 5 Kitchen Design Tips for Wirral Kitchens
When you are planning a bespoke dream kitchen, there are lots of things to keep in mind before finalising your order. Firstly, you will need to consider how to optimise the placement of key elements such as your sink, cooker and fridge in relation to the room itself. Many mothers, for example, prefer to have a sink that overlooks the garden so that anyone doing the washing up can watch the children playing.
But past personal preference, selecting an excellent kitchen can extensively improve the value of your home. A lot of UK house buyers place particularly high importance on the kitchen, as this is the real heart of any home. Making an investment in a premium kitchen can make all of the difference when it comes to selling too. So today, we will look at the most important things to bear in mind for your final design.
5 Tips To Design Your Kitchens Wirral & Cheshire Style
- Pick your preferred style: Different kitchen styles demand different detailing, so it’s worth doing your research on this first. Contemporary dark kitchen cabinets, for example, will work well with light grey quartz countertops. Whereas a lighter minimalist door may well better suit a reflective white composite. More traditional kitchen styles tend to suit hardwood counters best.
- Select a bold backsplash: The backsplash of your kitchen will set the tone of the entire space as it is at the centre of the room. So it’s worth investing time and effort into making the right choice. White metro tiles are everywhere at the moment, but hexagonal tiles could give your kitchen a fun edge. For a professional feel, consider using an easy wipe-down stainless steel or marble.
- Get a tap and sink upgrade: Victorian style brass taps will give your kitchen an unbeatable warm vintage feel to it. However, minimal-look Quooker taps have a handy instant boil facility and look great in almost any contemporary kitchen too. These can be selected specifically to match your sink and kitchen cupboard handles.
- Matching flooring goes a long way: Classic wood floors and ceramic tiles are what are going to set off the rest of your kitchen, so it is worth giving this some serious thought as well. To give your kitchen a polished designer feel within the existing space, you may also like to include a kitchen runner and potted plants as well.
- Small things make a big difference: When you are finalising your kitchen design with us, remember that this is an area that you will probably use every day for years to come. The little details that you include now will make a really big difference. So, it may well be worthwhile spending that little bit more for the perfect finish to ensure that you don’t change your mind at a later date.
At Mayfair Kitchens, our professional design team are here to help you through every step of planning your new dream kitchen. Visit one of our Wirral or Cheshire showrooms or contact us to begin the process today.