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5 great designs that will bring your Kitchen to life

If you are looking for great kitchen interior designs inspirations then look no further! As we have gathered some amazing designs for you to consider.

Here at Wintek, We believe that your kitchen is one of the most important rooms in your house. This is why it should stand to perfection, whatever your taste, there are countless designs and ways you can make your kitchen look good. Besides, being the most common used room in the house and a place where family and friend gatherings usually take place. Let the kitchen reflect you and let it reflect your personality!

Your kitchen shouldn’t be “just” a place you store and prepare your food; it should be so much more than that. These interiors are a guide to your perfect dream kitchen; in addition, if you follow the basics-, you can never go wrong.

Kitchen construction is a hella work, and when deciding to build your kitchen from scratch, you need to mostly consider budget and reliable building constructors that can bring your ideas and imaginations to life

 

The Small Colourful and Cheerful

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If you love colours then you may want to consider a kitchen design that will reflect just that. However not all colours are suited for the kitchen. A splash of colour can bring a lively and cheerful feel to your kitchen, where as a dark colour will give out a very tense feeling and that is definitely what you need for your kitchen.

The Traditional Vintage Vanity

 

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This vintage look can be achieved over any kitchen interior design. It gives a very warm and cosy feel to your kitchen. Sometimes we are so busy looking into the future that we forget to look back at the greatest possessions of our past.

 If you are a vintage collector, then you can create a simple look in the kitchen that will allow you to add your favourite collect ions.

 

All things Glossy White and Classic

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Everyone loves a little bit of classic and glossy in their house. This look is especially good if other parts of your house are personalised. A pure white kitchen can give sense of calmness and ease. This look can be perfectly achieved through having enclosed drawers for all your utensils, as you don’t want anything hanging out.

The Simple Warm, Neutral and Modern

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Bold and Daring colours are widely used in design nowadays; however when it comes to home designs some people would rather stick with neutral colours because they will never go out of fashion.  Neutral colours simply give a safe and restful feeling to any room. Besides a neutral colour pattern can visually widen a space and increase design features.

 

 

The Refined Wood

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 Wood is one of the most commonly used materials in construction, especially in the kitchen.

The good thing about wood is that it comes in different shades so you can incorporate the shades or keep to one shade either way it makes the kitchen look solid and sturdy.

 

While having in mind that there is never a right or wrong way to design your kitchen, we strongly believe that making the effort is the key to a perfect kitchen and here at Wintek construction in Bradford, we can help you fit your perfect dream kitchen.

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#4 Home Improvements (Kitchen Renovations) – Cooking up a Storm

Now the new home is looking exactly as you planned; the functional converted loft, the spacious extension and the beautifully modern kitchen. What about the bathroom though, is that in keeping with this wonderful new home? As a room that you will be spending a decent amount of time in, certainly daily, a bathroom is a vital part of the home to get right.

  1. Fixtures. The type and positioning of your fixtures should be the first thought when planning a bathroom as the entire renovation process revolves around this. Decide on what you want in your bathroom; freestanding bath, toilet, separate shower cubicle, single or double sinks and storage space etc. Having the layout of your new bathroom planned means you can organise the plumbing work before you buy the fittings.
  2. Ventilation. Due to the function of the room, ventilation is a very important and should be planned early on. After all, you do not want the room to become damp over time. Ensure you fit an energy efficient fan.
  3. Heating. You will also need to consider how you will heat the room. It is expected to already be connected to the heating system but if the flooring you want is tiled then you may want to consider under-floor heating.
Design
  1. Fixtures. You know what type of fixtures you want, and where these fixtures will sit. Now consider how they will look. Most bathrooms can be bought in packages but if yours is a custom idea then you must make sure the fixtures match or at least complement one and other. Bathrooms tend to be small rooms so using reflective materials will give the illusion of extra space.
  2. Tiling. How much of the room itself will be tiled? All of it? Just surrounding the shower and bath? The latter allows for more colour to be added in order to give the room character. Also a tiled floor is always the best option for a bathroom as water won’t damage or weaken it. Again, consider the reflective surfaces to give the illusion of more space along with paler colours.
  3. Storage. Utilise what little space you have. Vertical storage will provide plenty of storage room without taking up too much floor space. Following on with the reflective features hide your storage behind mirrors and remember; with bathrooms, a little really does go a long way.

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#5 Home Improvements (Bathroom Renovations) – Wash Away the Old

Now the new home is looking exactly as you planned; the functional converted loft, the spacious extension and the beautifully modern kitchen. What about the bathroom though, is that in keeping with this wonderful new home? As a room that you will be spending a decent amount of time in, certainly daily, a bathroom is a vital part of the home to get right.

  1. Fixtures. The type and positioning of your fixtures should be the first thought when planning a bathroom as the entire renovation process revolves around this. Decide on what you want in your bathroom; freestanding bath, toilet, separate shower cubicle, single or double sinks and storage space etc. Having the layout of your new bathroom planned means you can organise the plumbing work before you buy the fittings.
  2. Ventilation. Due to the function of the room, ventilation is a very important and should be planned early on. After all, you do not want the room to become damp over time. Ensure you fit an energy efficient fan.
  3. Heating. You will also need to consider how you will heat the room. It is expected to already be connected to the heating system but if the flooring you want is tiled then you may want to consider under-floor heating.
Design
  1. Fixtures. You know what type of fixtures you want, and where these fixtures will sit. Now consider how they will look. Most bathrooms can be bought in packages but if yours is a custom idea then you must make sure the fixtures match or at least complement one and other. Bathrooms tend to be small rooms so using reflective materials will give the illusion of extra space.
  2. Tiling. How much of the room itself will be tiled? All of it? Just surrounding the shower and bath? The latter allows for more colour to be added in order to give the room character. Also a tiled floor is always the best option for a bathroom as water won’t damage or weaken it. Again, consider the reflective surfaces to give the illusion of more space along with paler colours.
  3. Storage. Utilise what little space you have. Vertical storage will provide plenty of storage room without taking up too much floor space. Following on with the reflective features hide your storage behind mirrors and remember; with bathrooms, a little really does go a long way.

For more information regarding home improvements, please Get in Touch. Also like and follow us on Facebook & Google+.

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#6 Home Improvements (Exterior Renovations) – From the Outside Looking In

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Wood Flooring Options for your Kitchen or Bathroom Remodeling

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