The light at the end of the tunnel is beginning to shine.
Businesses are slowly getting back to the day job. We’ve been allowed a little more freedom and the leash of lockdown is loosening.
But, we're not out of the woods yet, and with whispers of a potential second peak in the future, it's no wonder many of us are still cracking on with our home improvement plans.
We’ve certainly been busy fielding calls from many, wanting to upgrade kitchens sooner rather than later.
Investing in a new kitchen isn't a decision you should take lightly, and you should feel informed and supported every step of the journey.
That's a service we’re very passionate about delivering here at Audus Kitchens, which is why we’ve created this handy downloadable guide: The Top 12 Kitchen Design Considerations.
In it, I explain how the first thing you should consider when planning your redesign is how much space you have and how you plan on using it.
Why’s this important?
Well, over the past few years, one of the most common requests I’ve received has been about how to create one multi-use space where people can cook, eat, relax and entertain.
Dining rooms are becoming increasingly redundant, sacriﬁced to create a single, larger space where people can gather.
It's a huge misconception that to go open-plan, you need a large downstairs area. Some of the most versatile and creative multi-functional spaces happen in the smallest of kitchens!