Five essential finishing touches for achieving your dream kitchen

Spending time, money and effort renovating a kitchen justifies spending intricate attention to detail on the finishing touches. Not finishing a kitchen redesign project properly can result in your dream kitchen failing to look and function at its optimum.

If you’re working on a new kitchen and are determined to create the perfect room to cook, dine and socialise in, take a look at the following five essential finishing touches for your dream kitchen.

Don’t forget the grouting

One finishing touch in a kitchen that can often go overlooked is grouting. Tiles that are insufficiently grouted will not only look shoddy but run the risk of letting water, grime and dirt in between the tiles and surfaces becoming an unhygienic eyesore.

Make your seating shine

If your dream kitchen has space for people to sit and eat and socialise, make sure you don’t scrimp on your choice of seating.

Whether its striking and stylish bar stools to make a statement, or chunky rustic chairs set around a farmhouse table in a traditional-style kitchen, chairs should be an attention to detail that never goes overlooked in a kitchen.

Be mindful of bins

Bins are hardly the most glamourous of features in a kitchen but nonetheless they are an essential item and a finishing touch that can help assist you in achieving your dream kitchen.

With a myriad of different styles and colours of kitchen bins available, have fun shopping for a bin that resonates with the overall look and style of your new kitchen.

If your kitchen is sparse on space, an under-the-counter bin can be the perfect option to maximise the space in your new kitchen.

Think about the lighting

Like in most rooms, the lighting in a kitchen can have a significant impact on the look and feel of this functional living space.

Think about what lighting will work best in your new kitchen. Spot lighting under cabinets can make a great addition to modern kitchens with a minimalist feel.

Pay attention to the handles

Stylish, practical handles on kitchen drawers and doors will help your new kitchen look at its best. Carry out some research and shop around to you find the perfect handles that are in-keeping with the style and feel of your redesigned kitchen.

Jonathan Caplan

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Jonathan Caplan

I co-founded New ID Living with my brother, Daniel and over the years we have developed and expanded the business together including the purchase of a flooring company...
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