4 steps to choosing the right cabinets for your Blackpool fitted kitchen.
With an often bewildering choice, it can seem like an impossible task to choose the right cabinets for your Blackpool fitted kitchen. Just to add to the pressure, a new kitchen is a significant investment (although you’ll save when you choose JemCraft) so it’s one you feel you have to get right. Here then, in 4 easy steps, is our guide to making the choice easier.
Before you wade into an infinite pool of colour and style choices, think profile first as it’s probably the simplest way of narrowing the field. By ‘profile’ we mean the face of your fitted kitchen cabinets. Will it be traditional, with the arches or recessed squares you might expect in a country or shaker style kitchen? Will it be a plain, slab finish, which immediately gives a more contemporary feel, or will you go for the high gloss boldness of a lacquered finish?
Style & colour
Your chosen profile will steer you towards a set of door styles, and there’s the colour or finish to consider. It’s much more common to mix and match colours than it once was, so you could, for example, opt for a different colour for the island units than the wall cabinets. You would, however, typically stick to the same style of cabinet throughout for practical as well as design reasons.
Remember a kitchen comes to life in its contrasts, so think of the complete picture when considering your cabinet style and colour. A neutral tone can be brought vividly to life with the right worktop, splashback, lighting and décor.
Form & function
Your Lancashire fitted kitchen should do far more than look spectacular. With the right design, it can be the ultimate kitchen aid, reducing effort, aiding cooking simplicity, and supporting the social life of the family.
So with your styles and colours set, it’s now time to think about functionality. How will you use your kitchen? What stylish additions could aid its organisation and practicality? If it’s a while since you had a new kitchen, you’ll likely find an exciting range of new space, time or effort saving features and it’s tempting to want to incorporate the lot. So stick to your budget and decide what are the features that would provide the ‘biggest bang for your buck’.
Now, prioritise your units’ features so that the most important elements are included first and most accessibly in your new Blackpool fitted kitchen. Then slot the less essential elements around them as space allows.
This final stage of the process can often be the most difficult, and it’s the part where we can offer help at its most valuable, because when you get the blueprint right, you protect your budget from the unexpected.
Fitted kitchens in Blackpool with JemCraft
For help in working through the stages of your fitted kitchen cabinet design, talk to JemCraft on 01253 853664 or email email@example.com