8 things to consider when creating your kitchen

8 things to consider when creating your kitchen

When creating your dream kitchen, it’s important to consider these 8 items.

1. The range hood
Even if your kitchen isn’t large, you can install a great range hood to fit any space. Good ventilation is very important in any kitchen , and a quality range hood will extract any cooking smoke and odours without making a lot of noise.

2. A functional island
For anyone who likes to entertain, a functional island is an absolute necessity in the kitchen. Not only does it allow more room for food preparation, but it can also provide great storage options underneath.

3. Impressive splashback
A great way to update your Shepparton kitchen is to put in a showstopper splashback. Whether you go high-end with a marble, glass mosaic, or choose to stick to a budget with chic subway style tile, a splashback will elevate your space, plus protect the walls from food splatter.

4. Savvy storage
Dishes, pots, pans, cutlery – with so many kitchen essentials. Where to put them all?

It’s very important to have storage for all these items. We love creating practical kitchen storage solutions with Blum products. Additionally, floor-to-ceiling cupboards ensures nothing is left out on the bench tops.

5. Wall oven
To maximize space in your kitchen, go for as many built-in appliances as possible. We often receive requests to incorporate a double wall oven, not only for its seamless design, but also for ease of use and multi-tasking.

See a selection of our Shepparton kitchens with double ovens installed:

6. Deep sink
A deep sink is more of a necessity than you probably think. It allows for defrosting food or a few dirty dishes to be hidden from guests, and also looks great as a farmhouse style sink. If it’s the first time you’ve heard of a ‘farmhouse’ sink.

See it in use with our English-style kitchen creation.

7. Extendable mixer and taps

If you’re an avid baker or cook, you’ll understand the need for an extendable mixer or tap. Filling up pots or spray-rinsing an intricate dish from all angles is made more efficient and a lot easier when you have the flexibility of a mixer reaching all areas of the sink.

8. Stone bench tops
They may be on the high-end of the spectrum, but if you can afford to go the way of marble, granite or stone, you won’t regret it. We recommend Caesarstone for its numerous advantages . Caesarstone surfaces never require sealing, are scratch resistant, non-porous, waterproof, plus mould and mildew resistant.

Blum, Design, Kitchens, Planning, Shepparton
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