When you've got the budget for a home renovation, usually the living room and other social spaces comes first. The kitchen, however, has become an important space in the modern family home. No longer segregated from the other spaces, it, too, is a social locus. It can unite family and friends around the act of cooking and sharing food. Today, we have collated five kitchen transformations, so you can see the possibilities! No matter how old the kitchen is, or how small your budget, there's always a solution. Let's take a look…
Although wood composites are much cheaper than the wood, and at the time of installation can look very good, they do not stand the test of time: after time, the surface of the wood-based panel peels easily and exposing the composite. That, along with the cluttered state, isn't doing this kitchen any favours.
Voila! The new kitchen is open, rational, and dons the best quality materials. The installation of an island-style cooking station creates a spacious and stylish kitchen!
Into the kitchen, who can bear this ghastly brown mess? Brown wall tiles, as well as a brown cooking station – it's all too much!
The white and grey combination is a drastic improvement: this simple and enduring colour scheme is perfect for the kitchen – the effect you can see it! The owners now have a simple and stylish kitchen, a far cry from the brown nightmare!
Small kitchens are a common occurrence in large cities such as Hong Kong where space is scarce, but they don't have to be cluttered and cramped, right? This kitchen needs more storage space! And, our professional designers were there to help…
After the transformation of the kitchen, the wood takes centre stage, warming the space up with a natural charm. White cabinet doors and matching fixtures retain the simple aesthetic.
Where do we even start?! It is not even habitable. Let's see the transformation…
The new kitchen has a country-classic charm, complete with decorative cupboard fronts and a butlers sink! While, white marble bench tops embellish the space with a splash of luxury.
Starting with that dreadful tiled floor and moving up to the cabinetry, it's all bad! It's dated and it's drab – it desperately needs a fresh look.
And, fresh look it got! The new spatial arrangement allows for a fantastic connection between the interior and exterior, and the new aesthetic is minimal and uber stylish. White, handle-less cabinetry, timber surfaces, stainless steel fixtures – it's a minimalist's dream!
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