And the first place target for a revamp is the kitchen. Kitchens, like traditional living rooms, are the focal point of the home.
People who cook regularly, or spend time with their family, need a functional, practical and well designed kitchen.
For those who have decided on a completely new kitchen design, and would like a minimalist look, an ideal solution would be a fitted kitchen.
This is a practical solution because all the storage areas in fitted designer kitchens are fitted tightly against the walls - meaning maximum floor space where new furniture, such as a dining table, could be added.
A new kitchen design can look either modern or traditional - depending on personal preference.
Particular favourites include pine, oak and beech finishes.
Modern kitchens benefit from granite worktops. Not only do they make kitchens look amazing, but is is easy to clean after preparing food.
Don’t let an old-fashioned kitchen get you down this winter. A superb modern fitted or bespoke kitchen will will improve your home, your lifestyle and the value of your house significantly.
“Designer kitchens will not only improve your lifestyle, but they will add value to your house. As the market improves, it would be wise for potential sellers to consider a new kitchen,” says Roger Astin from the Kitchen Design Centre.
Kitchen Design Centre provide bespoke kitchens - both traditional and contemporary.
For the past 17 years Kitchen Design Centre has gathered a huge portfolio of satisfied customers – which is a sign of the dedication, commitment and all round talent within the company.
There is a free kitchen design service available by applying online or visiting the showrooms.
The showrooms are located in Manchester, Blackburn and Colne.
For more information visit http://www.kitchendesigncentre.com.