Trends versus my style

So, it’s time to change your kitchen. What type of doors do I use? What colour doors do I use? What type of tops do I use? Do I put cupboards in to the ceiling or not? What style do I go for? So many questions to think about and so many ideas that social media can give at just a click of a button. But social media doesn’t live in your house; nor do they have the size of your kitchen. And will it flow in with the rest of your home? I don’t think so.

Home trends have changed over the years. Where a style would have been in season for 5 to 8 years and maybe even longer, it has cut down its life span to 2 maybe 3 years. The only way to stay on top of fashion would be to change your kitchen every 3 years. But who would have the time to be without a kitchen every 3 years for awhile - who can afford this high expense? The second option is to wait until it’s in fashion again which might be 6 years down the line, and then change it afterwards.

{Weizter} {Kitchens}The only logical explanation would be to go with your gut feeling and design and a style that suits you. A home is in fact an external part of your core. Take the dive and show your guests the real you and not a shop front of someone else.

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Sunday, 23 September 2018