Give your kitchen an all-white makeover
The expert team at Beautiful Homes Service proves it's possible to make an all-white kitchen your own even if you have a house full of children and adults.
When it comes to the kitchen, most people pick safe shades that can mask the occasional stain and withstand heavy daily use easily. Yet one of the many micro-trends that have sprouted from the minimalist trend is all-white kitchens. Simple, sophisticated and with plenty of room for experiments, the expert team at Beautiful Homes Service proves it's possible to make an all-white kitchen your own even if you have a house full of children and adults.
First things first
When attempting to take on a trend, your best chance of success is to let the pros handle it. The team at Beautiful Homes Service specialises in bringing your visions and ideas to life. With expert designers, efficient execution and professional management, you can get end-to-end solutions to help personalise your home design to fit your lifestyle effortlessly.
The all-white decode
One of the easiest ways to go all-white without it being high-maintenance is to choose a modular layout. This modular look by Sleek Kitchens by Asian Paints blends function with elegance and makes cooking a dream. Innovative use of several finishes and surfaces like acrylics, laminates, veneers and glass add to the swanky style of this modern set up without compromising on storage or counter space.
Experts attending to your checklist of needs means you can relax while they build in cabinets, wall units, pull-outs and tall units that work best for you. Clutter-free counters and a curated list of display items allow you to always feel zen-like while whipping up your favourite dishes. But if all white is too much for you, incorporating a splash of colour isn’t difficult. Think about shutters in a contrasting shade to add some dimension and visual interest. The team here has cleverly used the neutral canvas as a backdrop for bolder hues, metal accents and other tiny details to balance the large swathes of white. The aim was to let the white shine and not add too much or too little to take away from the overall look. Result achieved!
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Six steps to make your dream home happen
Given the current state of the pandemic stalled world, many home projects have been put off indefinitely. The good news is with Beautiful Homes Service, you can get right back on track quickly and easily. With an unwavering commitment to high safety and quality standards, your perfect home could be a few weeks away.
Start by scheduling an appointment to share ideas and get a better understanding of process, budgets, images and customisation options. Subsequently, an interior designer will create and present a proposed 3D design of the space. You can tweak elements and see whether they fit in real-time!
The next step includes getting a 2D design, a quote and figuring out payment processes. A Customer Experience Specialist will take you through material selection process.
Subsequently, the team would chalk out the complete work schedule and finish all the necessary paperwork for final approval. Once construction begins, detailed supervision will ensure you stay updated on the progress of your project and that everything is proceeding as planned. Once your dream home is completed, a walkthrough of the site will allow you to check on details and address any concerns. For a detailed understanding of the the process, visit Beautiful Homes Service website and book an appointment.
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