Kitchens are sometimes seen as second class citizens when it comes to room design, which is a shame because with a bit of thought they can be one of the cosiest places a home.
Not everyone is going to have enough room for an Aga and a big, sprawling dining table, but even the smallest of kitchens can be transformed into something more than just a place for cooking.
Tackling a kitchen refit can be a huge job though, especially if you take it to the furthest extremes.
Taking out old units and replacing them with attractive rustic looking ones isn’t beyond the realms of DIY, but if you want to move the location of things like the cooker and sink then you’re going to need to get the professionals in. If you are planning a major kitchen overhaul, you may want to consider kitchen designs by Wren Kitchens, or a similar company.
Professional designers will help you make the most of the space you have available, allowing you to realise your dream of transforming that cluttered kitchen into a place the family can spend time together at the start of the day and unwind together at the end of it.
So when you are thinking about restyling your home, don’t for a second think that your kitchen has to be utilitarian and nothing else.
With a bit of inspiration and thought, your kitchen can be transformed into a room just as homely as the rest of your house.
And remember, once your new kitchen is finished the little extra touches you make afterwards will have just as big an impact as the initial design.
So make sure you spend the time to track down that perfect wall clock and the set of cutlery which matches the new wallpaper.
Your kitchen can be as homely as you want to make it, you just need a strong idea of the effect you want to achieve and from there you can do anything.
So don’t treat your kitchen like a second class citizen, unlock its hidden potential and learn to enjoy this underrated room in a whole new way.
***This post is in association with Wren Kitchens***