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Kitchen Designs: Making Your Kitchen Come Alive

Kitchen renovations are fast becoming the most popular renovation for home owners . We’re spending more and more time in our kitchens these days. It’s become the heart of the home where you not only prepare meals, but also socialize, do homework or office work, and gather with your family and friends to talk or eat meals. Consequently many home owners are considering kitchen renovations as their next planned renovation.

The most important reason to renovate your kitchen is if it’s in bad shape and deteriorating. Cracked tiles, peeling countertops, broken or missing cabinet doors and outdated appliances don’t inspire gourmet cooking or family gatherings. The deteriorated kitchen has simply outlived its usefulness and needs a renovation.

We can advise you many trendy and functional ideas for kitchen designs in Dubai that people we have executed for our customers in Dubai.

Here are 5 of those :

1. Add a Kitchen Island Because It’s Functional

A  kitchen island can make a major difference in your kitchen.

Yes, the countertops and slabs are very helpful, but a kitchen island can help you open up space further, while still creating an illusion of closed functionality.

What we mean is, you can open up the walls to your kitchen and change the floor plan. Maybe your kitchen can overlook the living room or dining area so you can cook for your friends and loved ones while still being part of their conversation.

With a kitchen island, you can create more space for seating or laying down cooked items. You can even double it into a workstation with open shelves on the sides to hold your chopping board, butcher block, cheese grater, and other smaller objects that you need for preparation before you start cooking the meal.

2. Add a tile Backsplash

The backsplash is an inevitable part of cooking exquisite meals for your family. You can’t control the sputtering and splatters but you can prevent them from destroying your beautiful white kitchen, or the subway tile on the back wall, or even the wood panels.

A tile backsplash is ideally located in a strategic position to control the imminent moisture and grime from ruining your new kitchen.

Ideally, you can also use wax or laminate to protect the walls and the backsplash as an added measure to keep your kitchen shiny and clean

3. Use substantial materials for countertops

Most people tend to overlook the quality of materials used in cabinets, countertops, tiles, etc. because they prefer to save money on these dull objects in order to finance their interior design plans to make the kitchen look pretty.

However, this is a faulty concept.

The kitchen countertops experience the most rigorous activities when you’re cooking your meals. Therefore, they must be of good quality so as to avoid cracking, chipping, or breaking under pressure.

While marble and granite countertops may be good choices for the price, they also have their flaws of chipping, cracking, or even yielding germs. These materials are no doubt sturdy, but they are a hot zone for infestation due to the porosity and visible cracks.

Quartz countertops are a much better solution for your needs. They are extremely tough, almost unbreakable, which makes them durable solutions. Additionally, the hardy exterior makes it impossible to breed germs in the cracks thereby keeping your kitchen clean and hygienic at all times.

4. Upgrade your metals

Outdated kitchens were made with materials that were popular decades ago, including metals used for kitchen hardware. With manufacturers releasing new and innovative materials, it may be time to rethink your drawer pulls and lighting fixtures.  Try a few of these modern metals in your kitchen cabinetry, lighting fixtures, and range hood.

  • Matte aluminium
  • Stainless steel
  • Brushed gold
  • Copper

5. Consider replacing kitchen appliances

Age is usually the deciding factor in what makes something considered ‘old’. And for some, old can also mean outdated. If you have older kitchen appliances, consider replacing them with new, stainless steel ones. The older an appliance gets, the more likely it is to break down too. You can save yourself a future headache and modernize your kitchen at the same time. 

If an appliance upgrade is in your future, you may choose to go the energy-efficient route. You’ll get a modern look while saving water and energy — good for the earth and your

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