Monday, March 10, 2014

16 Modern Kitchens Under £10,000 .... part 2

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16 Modern Kitchens Under £10,000 .... part 2

7.Go For Wide Fronts 



8.Choose Hand Painted 

 A matt painted finish - or hand finished - look will give your kitchen a stylish, bespoke look that makes it look more expensive than it is. The Scarlett kitchen has a matt painted finish and costs from £7,000Schmidt (opens in a new window)

8.Mix Wood With White 

 Dark woods on cabinet fronts have finally hit the high street - but the latest trend is to mix them with white cabinet fronts, which are often hung at eye level. The Ripple design in wenge and white costs from £6,000 for a fully designed and installed kitchen, Moben (opens in a new window)

9.Find A Classic Look 

 Any kitchen you buy - whether cheap or expensive - is supposed to last for as long as you live in the house or up to 10 years, whichever comes sooner... So, choose something that won't date - light wood, creams and whites all stand the test of time. The Rio Sand kitchen, costs from £9,500, Caple (opens in a new window)

10.Sophisticated Shaker 

 Just as light coloured kitchens are easy to live with and tend not to date, Shaker style cabinets have long be considered stylish - and will continue to be so. The Shaker kitchen in cream costs from £6,871.50, Magnet (opens in a new window).

11.Black Is Contemporary 

Black is the new black when it comes to kitchens - and this sleek design doesn't disappoint. For an expensive looking finish, copy this kitchen and wrap the worksurface around the unit ends and down to the floor. The Urban Olive design costs from £6,000 for a fully designed and installed kitchen, Moben (opens in a new window).

12.Choose White Work Tops 

 Dark wood is all very well - we love it - but in a small space that's packed with cupboards, it can make the room feel smaller. So, choose light coloured flooring and work tops to stretch the space visually. The Congo kitchen starts from £5,000, Caple (opens in a new window)

13.Got A Large Space To Fill? 

14.Open Plan Space 


 If you're designing an open plan kitchen diner, define the spaces by putting an island or breakfast bar return between the kitchen and dining areas. The Aquilon kitchen in Brilliant starts from £7,000, Schmidt (opens in a new window).

15.Fabulous Freestanding Furniture 

 Freestanding furniture is often much cheaper than fitted pieces - and you don't have to pay the fitting costs. The In & Out kitchen starts from £7,000, Schmidt (opens in a new window)

16.Buy The Artisan Look

 Look for kitchens with hand-crafted details - whether that's a hand painted finish or panelled door fronts. Why? These small details - if classy rather than over the top - will make any kitchen look more expensive. Original Artisan costs from £8,500 for the cabinetry.



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