3 Kitchen Designs that You Might Regret
Ok lets admit it - kitchen renovations are one of the most expensive renovation you'll undertake in your home. It is known as the heart of a home so naturally, you want the designs to stand the test of time - and not just what's trendy at the moment!
We've scoured the internet and come up with these 3 kitchen designs that you might regret.
1. Pot Racks
Yes, it looks nice in the magazine or on instagram where fantasy lives. But lets face it, life happens and your kitchen might never look this tidy.
This is reality = your pots and pans will start collecting dust and oh my can you imagine water dripping from above after you've just washed it? What a nightmare.
2. Open shelving
Again, another trend that looks oh so perfect in a commercial kitchen but just doesn't cut it in a home setting. Your dinnerware will start collecting dust and hey, it doesn't look like it has any place for a mismatched plate/bowl. But ugh isn't that real life? What about your son's Bluey plate? That would spoil the whole aesthetic of the open shelf.....nevermind.
3. Bold colours
Did you know that once upon a time, green tiles like that are considered 'in trend'?
Fast forward just 15 years later, we would call this old and dated.
This is why most people stick to the standard white kitchen with safe subway tiles as this has proven to stand the test of time/trend.
Well there you go, here are our 3 kitchen designs that you might regret! I know you have probably spent hours pinning the best kitchen designs on pinterest, but remember, functionality must come before beauty! Ask urself if you would still like the design 10 years down the road. If you're thinking of selling your house in the future, you might also want to avoid designs that would devalue your property price.
If your place has ugly tiles or tiles too bold a colour, try sticking our 3D Peel and stick tiles over it! It is waterproof, easy to clean, and best of all, just peel and stick it yourself!
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