Cook up a fresh look; Bravery is the key ingredient to creating a desirable kitchen.
The variety of kitchen styles to choose from is huge.
You could go for a sleek modern kitchen, a traditional country kitchen, a rustic inspired room, a French colonial design or even an arts and crafts style kitchen - to name but a few.
High gloss kitchens continue to be a popular modern choice, as they reflect the light making your room seem bigger.
Gleaming worktops allow light to bounce around the room.
Think about what colour of kitchen unit will best suit your room.
A light, bright shade will again give the illusion of your room being more spacious. But don't be scared to go for a colourful room. If you don't want to commit to brightly coloured units, consider injecting a dash of colour in your kitchen through your worktops or splashbacks.
Think about what new appliances you will need if planning a major overhaul of your kitchen.
Plan where you will want them to go in your new-look room - and check the noise level of any appliance if your kitchen is part of an open-plan dining or living room. Will you be changing the shape of your kitchen layout or is a simple refacing of existing units and worktops all you need? Kitchen experts Reface Scotland have been helping people create their dream kitchens for the past 22 years.
They say there is no easier way to a stunning new kitchen than replacing your dated kitchen doors and worktops with sleek, modern alternatives while leaving the shell of the old units underneath.
Reface Scotland manufacture their own made-to-measure doors so they will fit your existing kitchen units exactly - meaning you buy direct, cutting out the middleman.
They have a huge range of kitchen designs - with an endless combination of styles, colours and finishes - as well as a wonderful selection of sinks, taps, appliances, worktops, handles and accessories.
REVAMP Replace dated kitchen doors for a new look
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||May 21, 2014|
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