Kitchen Remodel / August 8, 2018 / Paloma Myrick.
The kitchen becomes part of the overall design rather than simply an area of utility. Modern home where industrial elements like steel, brick, and exposed concrete harmonize with vintage accents.
When it comes to the heart of the home, there's no question Australia based Blue Tea Kitchens holds the key to creating your ideal space. Because the kitchen is essentially a working space, it needs to be designed with functionality in mind.
For instance, the team at Blue Tea Kitchens likes to use hardware from German-engineered brands Blum and Hafele, because they find them both practical and durable. Be mindful of your current electrical and plumbing configurations when renovating.
When choosing stainless steel products, look for a high percentage of chromium and nickel, as this indicates the steel is strong and durable. Also, decide how much space you can afford to set aside for your sink. It may not be a wise decision to install a double-sink if you’re in need of more worktop space.