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Modern Kitchen Renovation: 4 Valuable Elements to Add in Your Home Kitchen

02 December 2021

One part of your home that would always define its overall value is the kitchen. Your home kitchen, after all, lets you and other family members prepare, cook, and serve delicious and nutritious meals. It likewise serves as the main avenue for your family to interact and spend quality time together.

Despite its vital functions and purposes, your home kitchen will only be truly valuable if it is planned and designed properly. With the right planning, the said place can feature a lot of elements. It can likewise ensure that these elements are arranged and installed properly. Ultimately, following a great kitchen design plan can prevent flaws and issues that would affect its overall value.

To make your kitchen valuable, here are some elements that should be added during its renovation.

  1. Updated Lighting

One of the elements that should always be prioritised and added during your kitchen renovation is updated lighting. Lights can significantly change the way your kitchen look and function. Adding the right lights on appropriate locations like the island, sink, and cabinets can ensure that any food preparation activities can be done perfectly. Preferably, your lights should be bought locally so that you can have them fixed or replaced whenever necessary.

  1. Durable Splashback

Another element that you must add to your kitchen is durable splashback. Splashback is often installed on the wall. The primary purpose of adding splashback in your kitchen is to protect the wall from heat, grease, and other things produced by the cooking activities. However, you can also utilise splashback to further improve the appeal of your cooking area. Some materials that you can choose for your splashback are tiles, natural stones, stainless steel, and glass.

  1. Open Shelving

Now, all the previously stated elements can be effectively appreciated by your family if they are situated in an open and spacious kitchen. Traditional kitchen spaces are filled with cabinets that are not often maximised by homeowners. Hence, some of these cabinets must be removed if they will not be used anyway. Instead, the best way to retain storage spaces for your kitchenware is to incorporate open shelving. Open shelving allows you to not only store kitchenware but to display them beautifully.

  1. Litter-Free Counter

One more valuable element that your kitchen should possess is a litter-free counter. The counter of your kitchen serves as the main space for your cooking and other food preparation activities. Most of the time, this specific part is filled with many things that can distract those who are cooking regularly. Investing in storage solutions and shelving systems can help declutter your counter. Both storage and shelving elements can also be integrated with your prep space.

For high-quality kitchen renovation works, you can contact us at Crearter Constructions. We are a custom home builder specialising in renovations and new builds on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and North Shore.