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Kitchen design is a daunting task if you're a first-time homeowner or even a first-time kitchen designer. Where do you start? What materials should you use? How much will it cost to complete the entire project? These are all questions that may come to mind when planning your new dream kitchen.

Step 1: Figure out Your Budget

When designing your kitchen, the first thing you need to do is figure out how much money you are willing to spend. If you want an extravagant kitchen with all the bells and whistles, then it will cost more, but if you are happy with something relatively cheap, it doesn't have to be expensive. 

On the other hand, many things in your kitchen can make it expensive, including flooring, tiles, fixtures, cabinets, etc. Decide which of these items you want to be installed in your kitchen before moving on.

 

Step 2: Gather Design Inspirations

You don't necessarily need design inspiration for designing a kitchen because kitchens are simple enough where you shouldn't have too much trouble designing them yourself. However, if you still want to gather design inspirations, then there are many ways to do this.

You can get in touch with us at Oaklands kitchen designs, or you can look through magazines or other types of media such as Pinterest for things that catch your eye as far as kitchens go.

 

Step 3: Design Your Kitchen

Once you have decided on a budget and what design inspirations you would like to use, it is time for you to start designing your kitchen. You can use any media or materials that you want when designing your kitchen as long as they are helpful in some way.

There are many ways that you can plan out the design of your new kitchen, such as with graph paper, measuring tapes, rulers, etc. It doesn't matter what method works best for you because ultimately, the end result should be the same regardless of how messy or clean your designs are.

Try to stick to a smaller size while designing because bigger sizes tend to get complicated more quickly, and it isn't always easier to come up with plans for bigger sizes of kitchens.

After you have finished designing your kitchen, feel free to add any last-minute details that you might have forgotten about, such as where appliances will go or anything else that is essential. 

Once everything has been decided on, go over the design from top to bottom and make sure it doesn't have any flaws because once the design is finalized, it cannot be changed again if there are mistakes in it.

 

Step 4: Make a Blueprint

The last thing you need to do before going out and starting construction on your new kitchen is to blueprint what your kitchen should look like when completed. You can use blueprints that you find online, but they may not be as detailed as the blueprint that you make yourself.

 

Step 5: Construct Your New Kitchen

After you have followed all of the outlined steps, it is time to go out and actually construct your new kitchen. This means that if any pieces are missing in your blueprint, you should add them where they need to go and if things aren't working out completely well when constructing, move them around or add something in their place so it doesn't look off when finished.

 

Let us help you!

While attempting such a massive project may sound exciting, bear in mind that designing and constructing a whole kitchen is not for the faint-hearted. 

Therefore, do yourself a favour and get the experts involved! Here at Oaklands we are known for excellent customer service as we work with you step by step to ensure that your dream becomes a beautiful reality.

Give us a call today on 0116 277 2252 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

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