Your kitchen is much more than just a room in your home where food is prepared. In reality, the kitchen is the core of the house. And since it plays such a crucial role, the way your kitchen looks and feels will have an impact on the rest of your home. The moment this room starts to feel outdated, you will slowly realise that the rest of your home is also losing its lustre. Perhaps the paint job no longer works for you or maybe the interior décor does not elevate the space.
Whatever the case, if you are looking to make changes to your residence that will not be out of style in a few years, it is best to give your kitchen and your house as a whole some character. While this may sound abstract, the truth is that focusing on certain aspects will help bring this character to life. Check out the following elements to update if you want your kitchen renovation project to add character to your home.
The kitchen floor is often underrated by homeowners because they believe that with all the food spills and moisture in this room, the flooring materials should be durable rather than aesthetically pleasing, but this should never be the case. The flooring ties directly into the interior décor of the kitchen, and if it is unappealing, it will detract from all the efforts you have made to make this space look beautiful.
Therefore, when remodelling your kitchen, you must select visually interesting flooring that will add a touch of individualism to the room. Natural stone stiles, for example, offer striking hues and veining while simultaneously providing a slip-resistant surface that will minimise accidents in the kitchen
Statement colour palette
A mistake that some homeowners make when revamping their kitchen is mixing and matching colours without even realising it. For example, you may have chosen a paint colour for your walls as your colour scheme, but you find that other items in this room, such as the drapery, cabinetry and more are a different colour. As a result, these differing colours clash and make your kitchen appear too busy.
To instil a sense of harmony in the space, you must discuss a colour palette with your remodelling contractors beforehand so that they can help you make a statement with your chosen hue. For example, you could choose a golden colour palette and bring it to life in various ways. Firstly, you can choose brass fixtures in a golden-yellow finish. Secondly, you can use a butter pastel shade for your walls to brighten the space without being overbearing.