Kitchen Tips from The Good Guys

The kitchen can be one of the most expensive and time consuming areas in the home to renovate. A kitchen renovation may therefore be out of the question for some homeowners.

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The Good Guys appliance expert offers tips on how to get the look you want for less when renovating your kitchen.

  •   Decide on a budget and stick to it. The amount you have to spend will determine everything from the materials you use to the appliances you choose
  •   Keep it simple. The more elaborate you make your kitchen, the more expensive it becomes
  •   Have a plan and do your research, if you are sure of what you want from the start it will not only save you time, but it will also save you money
  •   Select quality finishes that look great but won’t date quickly and spend as much as you can afford on durable work surfaces. The cost of quality; priceless
  •   Buy appliances through your kitchen company, this will allow you to take advantage of package deals and ensures delivery of kitchen and appliances together
  •   Choose a neutral colour throughout your kitchen cabinets and bench tops and use paint and accessories to add colour instead. These can be changed easily and cost effectively as fashions change
  •  A galley kitchen is the least expensive layout, requiring only one straight run of cabinetry and if planned properly you can still amass a great deal of accessible storage and bench space
  •   When it comes to selecting the door finish, the best bang for your buck is a melamine door, and for a fraction more, ask about the satin smooth melamine finish of the Essendon door that will give you the impression of a higher-end kitchen

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  • Amanda says:

    Hello! I am in the process of planning a new kitchen reno and I was wondering if you had any tips of your own when planning a brand spanking new kitchen? I love the look of yours. thanks

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