With the holiday season just around the corner, it’s that time of year when people begin to start thinking about gifts, social plans, and festive menus. Whether you’re hosting your family’s annual celebration for the first time or have been gathering everyone together at your house for years, there’s plenty of ways to maximise your kitchen space and ensure a smooth-running day for the chef and all of the guests.
Opt for a more spacious kitchen island
If you’re looking to make a big change in your dining space, consider opting for a new kitchen island to truly transform your room. With the right design, you can move seamlessly from the sink to the work surface and hob without having to navigate around your entire kitchen. This frees up space for guests to mill about and keeps groups of well-meaning family members from getting under your feet!
Select a festive colour scheme
If you would like to make your kitchen space more cosy and warm, especially if it has an open plan design, then opting for a warmer hue on the walls and cabinets could be the perfect solution. You can go for a classic dark green or red, or opt for a light cream that allows you to show off your Christmas decorations. One of the benefits of bespoke home design is that it can be tailored entirely for your needs and requirements, allowing you to be as dramatic or subtle as you wish.
Select some custom furniture to make your life easier
If you’re part of a large family, you might struggle each year to fit in all of the extra guests. Rather than stacking odd tables together, consider selecting a custom size to fit perfectly into your dining space. With bespoke home furniture, you don’t need to spend hours trying to fit various pieces together in order to host a lunch or celebratory dinner. Instead, you can relax in the knowledge that your furniture is perfectly proportioned for your kitchen and needs, and focus on keeping an eye on the food!
Contact us today for more information about how our team at Hill Farm Furniture can help you to renovate your kitchen and bring your design vision to life.