1. Choose your style
Understanding what style of kitchen works for you can be a challenge at times, but it's better to take your time to choose the right style for you.
Has any other part of your property been recently renovated? Taking inspiration from other rooms can be a good place to start. This can help point you in the right direction in choosing from several modern or traditional kitchen options you will have to pick from.
2. It's all about the design.
Have a good think about what you wish to achieve with your new kitchen.
would you want it to save space? maybe be more economic? possibly you just want it to be aesthetically pleasing. Whatever the reason, it's good to understand what the priority is when designing your new kitchen.
Speaking to our showroom team will help you choose the right units to help you fulfil your kitchen needs.
3. The small details.
A kitchen isn't complete without accessories...
Choosing everything from wine storage to cabinet handles makes heaps of difference.
Cosmetically, it's important to have the correct elements in place in order to give a complete finish to your kitchen project.
Fortunately, we have a great partnership with Blossom Avenue, so matching accessories with your kitchen design is a breeze.
4. Choose an installer wisely.
At Shoreline Interiors, we're fortunate enough to have the capability to design your kitchen, extract your old kitchen and install your new one. This gives our customers peace of mind when the project goes ahead.
Relying on multiple suppliers and installers can be stressful to manage, so our advice is to try and minimise the amount of people involved and try to enjoy the project from start to finish.
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