In the joy and excitement of choosing a new kitchen, it can be easy to get distracted by the visuals of the space, and the design style. But the functionality and the practicality of the kitchen is also important. So finding the right blend that will suit your home is definitely the best course of action. Unfortunately though, there are still some common new kitchen design mistakes. So what do these include? And how can you avoid them? Well, here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading kitchen design professionals. And this is our guide to everything you should know about avoiding the common design mistakes for your new kitchen.
What are the most common new kitchen design mistakes?
There are many design mistakes that can be made when choosing a new kitchen. These include:
- Choosing a kitchen design that will become dated- kitchen design trends come and go, but unless you plan to enjoy your kitchen for less than 5 years maximum, you will want to choose a kitchen design that will still be stunning and attractive in the future, without going out of fashion.
- Neglecting storage space- one of the most important features of any kitchen is the storage space. This is essential for the practicality of your kitchen, were you will need effective storage spaces for food, crockery and pots and pans. When choosing a new kitchen design, make sure it provides ample storage.
- Not considering the worktop space- just like storage the worktop space itself is often overlooked when choosing a new kitchen. However, this is equally as important in terms of practicality. Food prep and baking are not practically possible in a kitchen with a limited or very small amount of worktop space.
For more information or advice about your new kitchen, take a look at what we can offer online and in-store today, here at Homematas.