Many of us have an idea of which designs and styles suit us best. You might be more inclined towards warm, country inspired designs that evoke feelings of family and security or you may be swayed by the edgy, uber cool style of inner city life.
While many of us can describe the interior designs that best suit our own personal sense of style, being able to recreate it in the home is another matter entirely. Even the most fashionable people with a great sense of personal style can struggle to create a home environment and atmosphere they are happy with. Arguably the room that poses the biggest challenge is the kitchen – a room which also has additional practical design requirements to think about.
One of the best solutions that people are opting for is choosing a completely fitted kitchen. With this in mind, here is a look at the pros and cons of contemporary fitted kitchens and whether this design option is right for you.
Why contemporary fitted kitchens are great (the pros)
Fitted kitchens solve a lot of the dilemmas that home makeovers present. Some of these include:
- Achieve the perfect design: Ever feel like you’re buying more and more knick-knacks, yet getting further and further away from your ideal design? Fitted kitchens eliminate this problem. By discussing exactly what sort of kitchen design you’re hoping to achieve, from contemporary and cool to traditional and heartfelt, they’ll allow you to have everything you want and need in your kitchen.
- Be as involved as you want to be: Once you have decided your perfect design and style, the fitted kitchen process allows you to be as involved as you need to be. You can oversee the selection of brands and appliance types, or you can allow the design professionals to create your dream space for you; no questions asked.
- Don’t let time be an issue any longer: One of the biggest hassles about DIY designs is that they just keep dragging on. With today’s busy lifestyles, finding the time to juggle work, family, friends and recreation is hard enough – let alone trying to find time to select fridge designs or table top materials. When you choose a fitted kitchen, you can rest easy knowing the end date will be as soon as you need it to be.
Things to keep in mind (the cons)
- For some families, fitted kitchens aren’t the most affordable option. If you are on a budget, why not think about making smaller changes over a longer period of time. That being said, fitted kitchens are created with materials that are bought at cost price and can prove to be financially beneficial in the long run by eliminating the need for subsequent renovations a couple of months down the line.
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