Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Kitchen Redesign Tips

When it comes to our homes, many of us would agree that there’s always at least one room which needs a bit of a makeover at any point in time.

Often, the kitchen is a popular choice for renovation, as it’s a room which can quickly become cluttered with all of our essential appliances (which seem to be ever-growing!).

Your kitchen is more than just a room for cooking – it’s often the gathering point when you’re entertaining guests or even just getting the family all together to enjoy a hearty home-cooked meal.

If you do find yourself spending quite a bit of time in your kitchen, you might have some redecorating ideas in mind. If you’ve got a free weekend coming up, it might be the time to do some DIY work to your kitchen.

DIY can be a daunting task for many, so if you would rather get an expert in, RN Williams supply elegant kitchens in Gwynedd, Anglesey and Conwy areas of North Wales.

If you are planning on making some changes yourself, here are some fairly simple DIY ideas to maximise the space in your kitchen, as well as making it a welcoming and aesthetic room for get-togethers with friends and family.

Change your Faucet

 A shiny new faucet can add a contemporary touch to your kitchen, and it's something that you can do from home. Little changes can make a huge difference, and modern faucets can also be more efficient and functional than older models.

You’ll have to have a wrench handy, and make sure the water supply is turned off before you begin anything. If you’re planning on getting some DIY done in your home, this is a good project to start with.

Switch up your Backsplash

This is an easy task which can help to add a splash of colour to your kitchen, as well as being a practical solution to unavoidable food splashes and stains.

If you don’t have a backsplash in your kitchen, or you feel like the current one is looking a little outdated, peel and stick backsplash tile kits can offer a welcome change.

They’re incredibly easy to apply to your kitchen walls, and are available in a range of colours and patterns to suit your kitchen. The peel and stick backsplash tiles save time and money in comparison to solid tiles – great for decorating on a budget.

LED Lighting

 LED lighting can add a modern and elegant glow to the underneath of your cabinets. If your kitchen doesn’t get as much natural light as it should, LED lighting is an efficient way to bring a warm glow to your kitchen.

LED strips are an affordable way to add a touch of style to your kitchen, and are available in a range of colours.

Magnetic Panels

 If you’re a keen chef within the household, it’s likely you own quite a few spices. If they’re beginning to take up too much space in your cupboards or it takes you forever to find the one you’re looking for, magnetic panels can help with these issues.

A magnetic panel can be attached to the inside of cupboard doors, and jars with a magnet on their lid will hold in place there indefinitely. Add a label to the bottom of the jar to make it easier to identify each spice.

Tablet Mounts

If you find yourself frequently using your tablet to research and try out different recipes, you might want to invest in a tablet wall mount.

These mounts are cheap to buy, and attach to the bottom of a cupboards and cabinets, holding your tablet in place for easy viewings of recipes or perhaps a television show whilst you’re waiting for the kettle to boil.