Kitchen reanimation, replacement of Fronts and Countertops
Updated: May 3, 2021
Furniture, especially those that are used in the kitchen, lose their shine, become dull, in a word - they get old. Depending on the materials from which kitchen furniture was made, the time to replace or regenerate them is several years. The degree of their exploitation should also be taken into account, but it has been assumed that a kind of resuscitation of the kitchen takes place every few years. It is also the time to modernize the kitchen surface and use furniture of the required shape, which entails the use of almost every undeveloped centimeter of space.
The fastest-wearing elements of kitchen furniture
Looking at kitchen furniture, the most susceptible to wear, accidental damage or unfavorable random events are countertops, fronts, varnished elements, i.e. all those that are intensively used. In practice, they are
these are kitchen fronts and other elements of cabinets, hanging and standing shelves, all types of doors, tables and kitchen chairs. Unfortunately, you should be prepared to periodically renew your kitchen furniture, which in some cases can be quite expensive. Depending on the style in which the kitchen equipment is created, which entails the use of relatively expensive materials such as solid wood or precious varieties of stone, such an apparently minor renovation of the kitchen may turn out to be a serious investment.
An idea for the revival of the kitchen
It is clear from practice and it is clear that the reanimation of the kitchen is also a great time to individually design it from scratch. Often
it so happens that the first kitchen design is a kind of pilot project. It is the use of a kitchen designed and equipped in such a way that reveals any imperfections of the design and shows its strengths and weaknesses. Furniture can be of little use, there is no space here and there, and the one that is available is ineffective due to difficult access. There may be many more other weaknesses of kitchen equipment, however, reanimation and renovation is the perfect time to adapt the kitchen to your own needs once again and again. That is why custom-made kitchens are so invaluable. They allow for the development of space in the kitchen, maximum use of free space. Making it fully functional and executing it in your preferred style.
Kitchen renovation in practice
Moving from design to execution, it is worth using professionally made and resistant to all conditions in the kitchen, custom-made furniture. When using the kitchen area, it is worth taking into account the factors that adversely affect it during use. Furniture that will be exposed to impacts, abrasions, and will come into contact with liquids, such as water or oils, must absolutely be made of materials that ensure sufficient
protection and immunity. It is known how much harm can be caused by common and commonly used water in the kitchen. Low-quality furniture is not resistant to it and it distorts, changes shapes or even dimensions in a short time. Kitchen furniture that will come into contact with water must be solidly constructed. Sometimes it is enough to use varnished furniture, where varnish provides good protection against moisture, and in other cases such protection is provided by plastic elements, stone elements, such as table tops and tables made of stone.
The profitability of a kitchen renovation
Without a doubt, kitchen renovation is a profitable and economical investment for many reasons. It allows for precise use of space, as well as in an extremely tasteful and classy way. In addition, the possibility of using more durable materials allows you to extend the time between subsequent renovations by another years. It can be said that a well-done renovation is not only a simple reanimation of the kitchen, but also making it almost completely new. Custom-made furniture was created for these purposes. This is a huge advantage, which is repeated once again, but the number of advantages that come from the professional design and manufacture of kitchen furniture is enormous.