Lovely Kitchens can Kitchen design on a budget.
Designing a new kitchen, remodelling the old one or just looking for some kitchen design inspiration? This is the place to be! At Lovely Kitchens, you’ll find some of the most beautiful kitchens designs using Hettich fittings with a lifetime warranty for years of hassle-free workmanship. Designing a new kitchen is one of the many services Lovely Kitchens provides. Laundries and bathrooms.
Working with your budget
Lovely Kitchens manufacturer and design, supply and install any width, height or depth cabinet to residential and commercial customers ensuring your kitchen, laundry or any other cabinetries has maximum storage and functionality from the space available, work with you on a budget.
Your new budget Kitchen Renovations can be made from Polyurethane, acrylic, Hand Paint, Solid timber, timber veneer, and laminate, and we can offer kitchens in a wide variety of designs and styles including:
In benchtops, we offer a comprehensive range of engineered quartz stone (Caesar stone, Quantum quartz, & Essastone), Granite top, solid timber and laminate benchtops.
Our team of kitchens expert is focused on designing kitchens that utilise premium materials and offer each and every customer the highest level of attention to details to ensure the longevity of your custom made kitchens.
Custom made kitchens
Making doors, panels, and carcasses in colour and design of your choice, made in the factory, and delivered to your door for fitting or self-fitting, From single items to full kitchens, bedrooms studies etc. The beauty of custom made kitchens is that they fit the rest of the room perfectly. Our custom made kitchens are designed considering your specific culinary needs.
Custom made kitchens is the trend today let lovely Kitchens design yours today.
KITCHEN RENOVATIONS QUESTIONAIRE:
Five Questions to Ask Regarding your new Kitchen Renovation
Answer these questions about the way your household uses the kitchen, then see the analysis below for design ideas.
1. How many People usually work in the kitchen?
a. Two, maybe more (including guests and kids).
b. Only one person cooks at a time.
2. What’s your cooking Style?
a. Serious: Cooking and entertaining at home is how we unwind.
b. Laid-back: Dinner most nights is a casual affair; holidays are when we cook for a crowd.
3. Who else hangs out in the kitchen, and what do they do there?
a. On weekends the place is party central.
b. The whole family seems to do everything but sleep and play soccer there. It’s a game room, TV room, office, and kitchen all rolled into one.
c. If it weren’t for the beer and microwave dinners, the kitchen would get no use at all.
4. How important is easy cleanup?
a. Not as important as the high-Btu burst I get from unsealed stove burners.
b. The room sees too much activity for surfaces to need coddling. It has to clean up fast.
c. What I really need is a recycling system for paper, plastic, and glass.
5. If you could splurge on one luxury, what would it be?
a. A six-burner kitchen top with electric ovens.
b. A built-in computer desk where the kids can go on-line and I can pay bills.
c. Ever hear of a self-cleaning microwave?
3 or more A’s: Think like a pro. If it’s in the budget, spend the money on a six- to eight-burner professional- style cooktop, dedicated spice storage, and a fridge spacious enough to accommodate platters. You may also want to consider glass-front cabinets or open shelves to display dishes and glassware. Make sure you have good task lighting and stick to a flooring material like wood or old-fashioned linoleum, which are easy on the feet and easy to clean.
3 or more B’s: Keep it functional, not fussy. Design in features that will simplify your daily routine—a self-cleaning oven, a microwave where the kids can reach it, lots of counter and storage space. Since you rarely cook labor-intensive meals, spend your appliance dollars on an energy-efficient side-by-side refrigerator, an easy-to-clean cooktop, and sturdy cabinetry with ample space for household staples. Think in advance about ways to control the inevitable clutter from all that family activity, such as an adjustable shelving system or cubbies fitted with bins.
3 or more C’s: Remember resale. Spend your makeover dollars on practical, clean-lined cabinets; good-quality basic appliances; and conveniences like a built-in recycling center. Be careful not to spend too little on the kitchen: Quality counts with homebuyers, and a shoddy new kitchen is no better than a dingy old one. It will be money well spent. In the current real estate market, you should be able to recoup between 87 and 125 percent of your investment.