Put the ‘kit’ in your kitchen

July 10, 2015 - 2 min read

Are you in the middle of renovating? If so, your kitchen is most probably at the top of your list. With numerous designs, appliances and commodities, it can be a challenge deciding the perfect style for the hub of the home.

Do you choose an island design focusing on the centre of the room? Or do you decide to keep it simple with a lovely cottage theme? If you want to kit out your house with the latest culinary gear but don’t know where to start, read on to check out some of our favourite kitchen ideas of 2015!

#1 Stainless steel

Whether you opt for a stainless steel sink, range hood, work surface or appliances, you won’t be dissapointed with the sleek finish that it delivers. On top of looking sharp and classy, this material is super easy to clean and durable, perfect for a well-used kitchen!

#2 Unique lighting

One great way to dress up your kitchen is by adding some unique lighting! Whether you choose a centrepiece design such as a chandelier or decide to feature some pendant lights, you’re sure to fall in love with this simple, yet effective idea!

#3 Feature clock

Having a running clock in the kitchen is a necessity for any individual who wants to be on-time—so why not make it a feature? Choose a prominent and plain wall for the clock to sit on, making it stand out within the room!

#4 A modern island

Okay, so we know it’s not a new design, but it’s stayed popular for a reason! Kit your kitchen out with a modern island design, coupled with a few trendy stools. This way it can double up as a breakfast bar—practical and gorgeous!

#5 Dedicated dining zone

If your kitchen is large enough, why not treat yourself to a contemporary dining table and chairs? This is a great way to keep the kitchen the hub of the home, making it a social and relaxing place to chill!

#6 Cook book library

Every good cook will have at least 1 favourite cook book (if not dozens!). Make the most of these important documents by building their very own mini-library into the worktops or as a stand-alone feature. This idea is practical, handy and looks great!