18 Greenhill Crescent, Watford Business Park, WD18 8JA 
Your kitchen is one of the most important and most used rooms in your house, so any remodelling work needs to combine form with function. 
There are so many ideas when it comes to remodelling, beyond the worktops, appliances and heating elements. 
Here are some tips to consider when remodelling your kitchen. 
Consider Your Layout 
Look at your current kitchen and ask yourself one simple question: β€œIs everything where I need it?” 
If you need to reach and move around the kitchen to get access to different appliances or storage units, it may be that you need to consider some adjustments. 
For example, your hob should be close to your sink, so you do not have to walk through the kitchen with a pan of boiling water. 
Get The Cabinet Colour Right 
Ultimately, the colour scheme of your kitchen will affect how it feels, and which colours work best will depend on how much natural light enters the kitchen. 
Typically lighter colours benefit a kitchen which is at the darker side of a room and vice versa. The reason for this is that a lighter colour scheme makes a room look bigger, so white and off-white cabinets can help your kitchen feel airy and spacious. 
Make sure that the colour scheme you choose also complements your granite worktops and your appliances, and ideally also reflects colours you have used in the rest of your home. 
Make Sure Everything Fits 
With the average kitchen size being almost as small as they were in the 1930s, space and the perception of space matters. Be sure to take advantage of creative storage solutions that maximise your room. 
Beyond the literal sense, make sure that all of the design elements (cabinets, handles, lighting etc) all work well together. Pairing some contemporary features into a traditional rustic kitchen can sometimes make them stand out, and not in a good way. 
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