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How To Plan Your Ideal Kitchen

Oct 29, 2018 ALL

A kitchen is one of the main highlights of a home, as it is used daily. So why not make one of your favourite features in top notch condition? Listed below are some considerations to make to ensure your dream kitchen becomes reality.

Which design is right for you?

A variety of materials, fixtures, finishes and appliances are available for you to choose what’s right for you. It’s a good idea to carry out some research while you’re browsing different styles, so you can gauge an idea of what you think will suit your home’s interior.  Upon making a rough decision about what type of style you would like, a consultant will discuss with you how you want the placement of your chosen appliances, kitchen cabinets and bench tops, and the shape of your kitchen. A popular feature in modern kitchens is a kitchen island, as this creates a great social atmosphere to gather around and is ideal for preparing food.

Kitchen Styles

As possibly the most well-used room in the home, you should ensure that whatever kitchen style you choose is one that you’ll love living in every day. Not only that, but you should also look to integrate a kitchen style that will complement your existing home’s interior, as well as being functional too. As such, you should consider all styles available, and whittle down your options to see which styles best suit your home and your tastes. Listed below are a number of different kitchen styles you can choose from:

Provincial Kitchen

The popular Provincial Kitchen originates from a country living style in France. This type of kitchen is great if you want to add a touch of elegance to your home.

Modern Kitchen

A Modern Kitchen offers a spacious and bold look. The newest and designer products are used to achieve a sleek look, but the inclusion of these will dependent on your budget.

Classic Kitchen

Classic Kitchen styles are timeless, which is a popular feature that makes a Classic Kitchen look everlasting such as our popular brick-style porcelain tiles and glass splash backs.

U-Shaped Kitchen

A U-Shaped Kitchen is fittingly (and hardly unexpectedly) shaped like the letter U, which boasts the type of features that maximises wall space and allows for extra storage space.

L-Shaped Kitchen

An L-Shaped Kitchen is great if you like to have multiple entrances to your kitchen and is a great look for an open-plan design.

Island Bench Kitchen

The Island Bench Kitchen offers lots of room for creativity based around the structure and design of this type of kitchen, but also allows for an interactive space by connecting the kitchen and open-plan living.


A kitchen is an important feature to your dream home… so everyone should be afforded the perfect opportunity to make your kitchen the best it can be. At Brentwood Kitchens, we help you achieve this by ensuring you get the maximum space and functionality, whether your building a new home or simply renovating. So if you’re looking to renovate your home with a new kitchen style, then why not take a look through some of our recent transformations or get in touch to see to discuss your ideal kitchen.