In the world of interior design and home improvement, few elements have as much influence over the overall aesthetic and functionality of a space as the kitchen. The kitchen is often referred to as the heart of the home, a place where memories are made, culinary creations are born, and families gather. It’s no wonder then that homeowners seek to create a kitchen that not only serves its practical purpose but also exudes a sense of elegance and uniqueness. When it comes to achieving this vision, Regal Kitchens Limited stands out as a leading provider of custom kitchens that combine craftsmanship, functionality, and design excellence.
When it comes to designing and organising your kitchen, one of the fundamental choices you’ll face is between kitchen drawers and kitchen cabinets.
The flooring in your kitchen plays a significant role in both aesthetics and functionality.
When it comes to designing and renovating a kitchen, homeowners often focus on selecting the perfect cabinets, countertops, and appliances. While these elements are undoubtedly crucial, one aspect that should not be overlooked is the choice of flooring. In this blog, we will explore the importance of choosing the right flooring for your kitchen.
Unlimited Colour Choices:
In the realm of Regal Kitchens, painted furniture offers an unparalleled range of colours. From the richness of royal blues to the luxury of deep burgundies and bold greens, the colour possibilities are virtually limitless. This enables you to curate a kitchen that exudes Regal charm and sets the tone for your culinary experiences.
I have always been a creative person, with a love of art and fashion and enjoyed many years working in London mostly as an Event & Conference Coordinator for a large corporate bank. Very unexpectedly however, I suffered a Sepsis related illness, and I was left with life changing disabilities. It turned my healthy and fun life as I knew it upside down and I worked hard at rebuilding my strength. I experienced some time using a wheelchair and I now wear prosthetic legs and use a prosthetic hand.
Over the years I have learnt to adapt to new and different ways for everyday tasks with the want to regain my independence back which was so important to me. I have gained much understanding of how good and well thought out design can really impact a person’s daily lifestyle and wellbeing. With Interior Design always being a passion of mine, I enrolled myself onto a BA Hons Interior Design degree course and I have almost completed my second year. It has opened my eyes even more so, the need for adaptable spaces for all types of less abled people and the importance of feeling welcomed and included. Not all disabilities are the same, they are all personal to an individual.
I can empathise that if a space has options such as a high and low countertop, easy grip handles, touch screens, a lift and stairs amongst so many other things, a person can be happy and feel independent without relying on someone else to do a task for them. It is inventive and refreshing to see when a room has been well designed for everyone to use without the design looking like a typical disabled sterile and clinical room. Innovative designs can aspire others to create more inclusive environments.
I am really looking forward to learning all about kitchen design on my work placement with Regal Kitchens and hope I can use my gained adaptable experience to help with designs.
A quick peek at the emerging trends for your dream kitchen in 2023! If you’re planning a new kitchen project, get ahead of the bandwagon with the newest kitchen trends. Not only will this help make sure your kitchen doesn’t fall behind the times when it comes to materials, colours and appliances, but also that you’re making use of the latest innovations for the kitchen.
Smart technology is increasingly part of daily lives, and the latest place it’s making its presence felt is in the kitchen. Traditional kitchen appliances, such as fridge freezers, washing machines and ovens, are increasingly embracing WI-FI connectivity. In fact, most of the big oven brands, including Neff, already have several smart appliances in their ranges.