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Renovate Old Kitchen

The first thing you should consider is the size of your kitchen. It’s no good looking at expensive kitchen islands when you have a galley style kitchen with which to work. Nowadays though, a small kitchen does not mean you have to sacrifice quality or style. It is possible to buy the latest designs from the best manufacturers even for a small space.
That brings us to cost. It is well worth spending a while here planning your budget. Once you have started your renovation it can cost a large sum of money to rectify errors made whilst in the planning stage. Decide here if you want a modern or a retro design, something with a country feel, or maybe a colorful Mediterranean look.
Remember though that there will be some tough decision here. More often than not, you will not be able to have everything you desire in your new kitchen. You must decide that if you want granite countertops, will your budget allow the latest space age appliances?
Another part of a good kitchen renovation is flooring. The visual projection of creating a bigger area can work wonders. If you do have a small kitchen, then spending a bit of time and money on good quality flooring will pay dividends.

Once your new kitchen is planned, you will need to decide whether to do the work yourself or hire some professionals to carry out the work for you. Now, I know a lot of people who have renovated their own kitchens and have done an excellent job. But if you have a really large or difficult project you should not think about carrying out the work yourselves unless you’ve had previous experience. Perhaps a compromise would be to have an experienced friend on stand-by, just in case you needed a bit of advice. I personally use professionals for all my renovation work. I admit I don’t have the skills to do most of the work, and if you spend a bit of time, you can always find excellent builders locally.

Now your kitchen is finished…and you just have to fit your appliances. Ideally these should have been chosen during the planning stage. In today’s market, there is a massive range of gadgets you can purchase for the modern kitchen. From glass fronted refrigerators, to amazing lighting, to warming drawers that keep everything warm until everyone arrives home. If you have the budget, it always makes sense to finish your project off in style.