Author: Patrick Nolan
Lets face it. A kitchen defines how you want to be perceived. It is usually the first room you show guests when giving them a tour and it is the first room you go to when you wake up or come home from work. So, realistically this is the most important room in the house. It has to be yours.
Too often we allow our kitchens to become lackluster. It is hard to become creative with your food when it is prepared in an insipid kitchen. Here are some simple tips to help you improve your kitchen and make your morning journey a fun one.
Replacing your wooden cabinets with glass is a great way of opening up a kitchen and reducing ‘negative space’. This simple tip which you can do yourself (if you are handy enough) in less than a day while causing minimum disruption. Clear glass is great for showing off the contents off your cabinets, but you can also use patterned glass, coloured glass or frosted glass.