Published: December 16, 2021 Last Updated: August 16, 2022
As Australians we are a transient population, meaning we move around a lot. Every house will live in has unique aspects to every room. The kitchen is no exception. Some kitchens are roomy and appear, on first impression, to be functional. However, after working in these kitchens for a few days you find that they are badly laid out and don't flow well.
Some kitchens look stylish, with fancy cabinet handles and loads of over-bench cabinets. Only to provide you with bruised hips and head from bumping into protruding handles and badly placed cabinets.
How can you avoid all these mistakes when undertaking your own kitchen renovation? Take the time to do the research, get professional advice from the experts and make detailed lists of things you don't want in your new kitchen as well as the stuff you do.
At Haddon Kitchens and Cabinets we see customers trying to balance style with function in their new kitchen design on a daily basis. One of the amazing brands we use in our kitchens to achieve the practical-functional balance is Blum. Their Blum hardware provides many answers to storage and workflow design questions.
Maximising every centimetre of space in your kitchen by utilising traditionally wasted space is what Blum does best.
Innovations such as the Blum sink pull out which uses the space around the sink well for storage.
Space Corner Blum drawers optimise the otherwise unused corner space.
Space Tower pantry gives you pull-out shelves in your pantry for easy access to items at the back.
Ideas like using one large Blum drawer rather than two smaller ones provide up to 15% more storage room. Raising the height of the drawer side panels or extending the depth of the drawer also adds to your kitchen storage.
For more information on these and many more Blum kitchen storage ideas for your Kitchen Renovation Brisbane, give us a call on 07 3204 0399 or complete our Quote Request form.
Our team can help. Simply request a quote and we'll guide you through the rest.