Buying A New Kitchen?

Where To Spend & Where To Save

Winchester Cream Magnet Kitchen

Your first steps to buying a kitchen are knowing your budget and identifying what functions you require most out of your kitchen. If you are a keen chef you won’t think twice about splurging on appliances or the latest range cooker, if you have a large family storage will be key and finally, if you think of yourself as an entertainer luxuries such as a wine cooler and integrated sound system are a must.

There are definite areas where you must splurge but also handy tricks to save that all important cash.

Worktops – a granite worktop will cost more than a laminate but will add a striking look to your kitchen makeover. If you are on a budget choose a beautiful statement surface for your island and a slightly cheaper choice on your worktops.

Cabinets – once seen as a luxury, soft closing doors are now a standard feature in all Magnet kitchens. Drawers and pantries are also much more than empty spaces, maximise on storage with dividers and internal shelving. Splurge on plinth storage and recycling units.

Hardware – don’t scrimp on the final stage of your kitchen with handles, knobs and accessories. Opt for a timeless style in a durable material – and pick up fabulous appliances to match.

Finally don’t save on installation, be sure to get experts to fit your kitchen. Our installers are selected, approved and monitored by the government endorsed TrustMark scheme to make sure they’re 100% trustworthy.

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