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Making the decision to renovate your kitchen can sometimes be an easy one. The current layout doesn’t work for you; the style has become dated over time; you need some extra space; or you want to make an investment in the future value of your home. Where it becomes more complicated, however, is deciding what style your new kitchen will embody. While this can be a tough decision to make, it’s a crucial element to lock down before moving any further in the renovation process. A clear end vision will make it much easier to be decisive on the multiple options and choices you’ll encounter as you go. With this in mind, we’ve put together some of our favourite modern kitchen designs to spark your renovation plans. Whether you prefer a modern interpretation of timeless charm; ultra-sleek and industrial; or a Scandinavian-inspired space - we’ve rounded up a

If you’re not happy with your kitchen, it’s easy to point the finger at the design - however in many cases, it’s a combination of smaller decorating factors contributing to the bigger issue. Fixing these common decoration mistakes could be the key to unlocking a brand new feel in your tired kitchen. Sometimes transformation can be achieved with a few impactful changes, rather than a full-scale renovation. Here are the decor mistakes to be on the lookout for in your own kitchen - and how to reverse them to uncover a kitchen you’ll love to spend time in. Mistake #1 - Not keeping your kitchen consistent with the rest of the house While there’s definitely freedom to create a unique style in your kitchen, it will stick out - and not in a good way - if it’s distinctly different from other spaces in the house. Following the lead

As the importance of environmentally friendly and sustainable practices continues to grow, the construction industry is no exception. Developers and homeowners alike are becoming more aware of the implications that kitchen choices can have for the environment, both during manufacture and installation, as well as their design and ongoing use. Showcasing the sustainability considerations of your development to potential buyers is crucial in distinguishing it within the market. As such, it’s increasingly important for developers to make informed choices about their kitchen supplier and the designs they use. Here are a few of the key considerations to look for when taking a green approach to the kitchens in your development. Sustainable processes Sustainability starts at home - and for kitchen manufacturers, this is all about the processes adopted and championed in their factories and warehouses. The amount of waste that a supplier generates - and the energy used in