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So, you’ve decided to bite the bullet in 2019 and move ahead with your dream kitchen renovation. Congratulations! Investing in your kitchen - the heart of the home - will pay dividends both now and down the track. While you can tackle the project yourself if you’ve got the skills and know-how, we recommend going with the experts for the job - saving you time, money and perhaps a bit of your sanity in the long run! It’s only natural that you’ll have lots of questions and things to run through with any potential contractor - but to make the most of your consultation, here’s what you should be asking before progressing further with your renovation.    How long will my kitchen renovation take? It’s probably the question homeowners are most anxious to have answered, but don’t worry - your contractor will be expecting it. The most common question

While we absolutely love the new trends emerging in kitchen design for 2019 and beyond, there’s something timelessly charming about a country-style kitchen. Rustic and inviting, the country style immediately makes you feel at home - so it’s a kitchen that everyone in the family will enjoy. Though the country look is timeless, there are some modern features that bring country kitchens into 2019. Here’s how to do it: Ditch Cabinets in Favour of Open Shelving Country kitchens are all about the kitschy, cosy feel - so having your homewares and crockery on display helps to make the space feel lived-in and give it some personality of its own. If open shelving doesn’t work for you, glass-front cabinets can still give the same effect. Installing display hooks for things like your mugs or tea-towels not only add to the look, but are convenient too. Incorporate Antiques Give your modern

Finally jumping into a renovation is usually the last in a series of steps - setting a budget, chatting to an expert, settling on your design preferences and setting a timeframe. So it’s no surprise that we often end up pushing our renovation back into the new year, making it a project for the next 12 months. No matter where you are up to in your renovation planning, here are our tips on how to get the wheels moving on your project this summer. Pick High Impact Changes First Nothing feels as satisfying as finally making that change you’ve been dying to make in your kitchen. And studies show that a feeling of achievement can be one of the most powerful motivators. Get your renovation off on the right foot by starting with changes that make a big difference. Painting the walls, switching out your cabinetry or installing