Interior Design

How to Choose the Perfect Custom Kitchen Cabinetry

How to Choose the Perfect Custom Kitchen Cabinetry

What many people appreciate about being able to work with custom cabinet makers is having a say in what the cabinetry looks like. When you purchase kit-set kitchens, all components are pre-designed, leaving you with just the option of a few colours and styles.

But all that freedom of having a say in your kitchen’s design can be overwhelming. Here are a few things that you may be asked to think about before the final product is revealed.

Cabinet Door Profile

Cabinet doors are available in all sorts of different profiles. Such variety can mean you may have a hard time deciding on which type will suit your home. Of course, a kitchen expert will be able to offer their advice, but you can also make the decision on your own.

Some of the most popular options include recessed square, slab, raised arch, and recessed miter. These profiles are all unique, so take your time deciding which one will blend in with the rest of your kitchen’s design.

Material Type and Colour

One of the hardest parts about designing your own kitchen with a cabinet maker is choosing the materials and colours. You want a kitchen that’s uniquely you, but you also want to make sure it’s on-trend for prospective purchasers in the future.

Your Furniture Style for the Office

Furniture Style for the Office

When setting up your office you need to choose the style of furniture that is in keeping with your career and people’s expectations.  For instance, if you are a lawyer or solicitor you need the kind of furniture that is solid and of a higher price than much ordinary office furniture because that is what people expect to find. Luckily, that kind of furniture is readily available in most furniture stores.

Funnily enough, the kind of furniture that is suitable for a lawyer’s office would not suit the office of someone who is say, a clothing designer or even a website designer.  These career choices are seen as somewhat more light-hearted than that of a solicitor, who is more likely to be dealing with solemn, legal matters.  Their clients would expect more modern furniture that is lighter in both colour and weight.

Think Modular: Designing Your Modern Kitchen

Modern Kitchen

How do you transform your cooking space into a modern kitchen? Contemporary design nowadays favors going for a more modular and minimalist style for your kitchen cabinets to make it easier to customize, repair, reuse parts, and upgrade and lessen costs. Check out the following cool tips in designing your modern kitchen:

  • It’s time to clear your countertop to make sure nothing gets in the way in whatever it is you need to do in your kitchen. Countertops must be kept free for cooking-related activities in the way of chopping, dicing, and handling food ingredients rather than serve as passive repository of various kitchen implements, bottles, utensils, and jars which are best hung on the wall or kept on cabinets.
  • Consider animating your cooking space by putting up some color. Replace the shabby appearance typical of old-school kitchens. Try some bright colors or soothing pastel shades.
  • Backsplash shouldn’t be a boring affair. Backsplash can come in exciting patterns, mosaics, and bright contrasting colors that adds some spice to its kitchen functions.