Prepare your kitchen for Spring / Summer

Spring is nearly upon us! And so it is time to start planning on getting your kitchen to look bright and summery as appose to the winter blues which are probably lingering in your house!

The thing that sets spring/summer apart is the burst of colour it brings to our lives and homes – and our kitchens are no different! Your mood is lifted and there is a better attitude to the lighter nights. Therefore, we have come up with 3 ways in which you can get your kitchen in shape for summer.

The best thing is it doesn’t take much to totally transform your kitchen, a few quick changes and it will look like a totally different room. It will look different too with things out of your control, things like the increased sunlight, and the summer plants dotted around the house – totally transforming the kitchen.

Focus on light colours

Summer is all about the bright colours. Therefore it is great to add a splash of colour to your kitchen. Dust away the cobwebs and illuminate the room with bright and light colours. Focus on adding floral patterns and colourful dinner sets.

 

Add plants

Plants in a kitchen not only make the room look brighter, but it has been said can increase the imagination – which can be beneficial when cooking! It might be a good idea to start a herb garden. You don’t even need a large space for this too! – With a windowsill is all that you need. Getting plenty of sunlight is great for the herbs.

Invest in basil, rosemary, mint and thyme. As these won’t grow tall but still provide you with the best flavour to add to your dishes.

 

A spring clean

A spring clean is great; it will help you for the months to come. One thing we suggest is the freezer, do a thorough clean of this and eat all the left over stews. After all you need space for all the ice cream which is going to be stored in it!

 

If you would like a totally brand new kitchen, then get in touch with us, we would love to help you design the perfect kitchen. Contact us on 0191 209 9433 or email us on bark@bulldog.co.uk.

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