We don’t mean to alarm you but did you know there are only 12 Saturdays left until Christmas? That means it’s the perfect time to be thinking about your new year’s renovation to revitalise your kitchen and bathroom in Sydney. Kitchens and bathrooms are the most popular rooms to renovate, as they add so much to our lifestyle and standard of living, but it’s important to look at the bigger picture and consider if an extension might also be needed.
If you are living in an older home, like so many Sydneysiders, it’s possible the existing kitchen footprint just isn’t large enough to allow you to create the style of kitchen we now see as being essential. Or maybe it’s enclosed in too many walls, making it dark and inaccessible. Here’s where it’s a good idea to talk to a design firm with a builder’s licence as they can discuss what opportunities exist to move or remove walls or extend the size of the room in order to create the space you desire.
Older bathrooms are often in need of a face-lift but, more often than not, it’s actually more cost effective in the long run to invest in a full re-design and renovation rather than simply a cosmetic overhaul. That’s because a full renovation allows you to really make the most of the space available in the room and look at where functional elements could be re-located or added to ensure the bathroom is always operating at the height of efficiency.
Talk to your local kitchen or bathroom designer about your dreams for your home and let them work their magic to create a dream space you’ll love. It’s important to work with a local designer who understands the needs of your kitchen and bathroom renovations and can bring their expertise to the table to ensure the end result meets your family’s needs both now and in the future.
At Nouvelle, we have been applying our expert knowledge to home renovations in Sydney for many years and pride ourselves on our long list of happy homeowners. Talk to us today about how we can transform your home in the new year or pop into one of our kitchen showrooms in Sydney.