What comes first, the budget or the dream? A question many of us ask when toying with the idea of a kitchen renovation.
While most of us have aspirations of a bigger, brighter or more organised home, we all have differing budgets. So, how do we approach the perfect, hassle-free revamp while achieve your dream handmade bespoke kitchen?
As is the case with most things, there are no right or wrong answers, but there are ways in which you can end up with your dream home, without spending more than you envisioned.
We at Kestrel firmly believe in fulfilling dreams. There is a reason why you want a new kitchen, bathroom, bedroom or home office, so why not start with that?
Make the dream fit the reality; don’t quash your vision before you’ve even realised it.
What needs changing?
While it is helpful to have a rough idea of budget, you should initiate your renovation by thinking about what needs changing.
Are you frustrated at the lack of storage space in your bedroom? Fed up of looking at the weathered units in your bathroom? Maybe you simply seek a more welcoming or modern handmade bespoke kitchen?
These, alongside the general ways in which you use the room(s) in question, are the first things you need to prioritise when building your vision.
Speaking to one of our expert design consultants can really help inspire your dream renovation. Often, you’ll find yourself looking at things – whether it be in a magazine, or at a friend’s house – that you like and start thinking to yourself: I’d love something like that in my house.
Most of the time, you’ll have forgotten about this by the time you leave your computer or return home. But what if you could combine and replicate these things in order to help inspire your renovation?
Having sat down with a Kestrel Design Consultant you can start crafting your dream kitchen, bedroom, bathroom or home office on paper. We love detail, so be as particular as possible as this will help us craft your handmade bespoke furniture as you truly wish! It’s crucial that you feel as confident with our design as humanly possible.