Modern kitchen design is sometimes broadly categorized as any style that's less traditional and more contemporary but in fact, all modern design has specific roots in terms of its time period, style and inspirations.

Modern design started around World War I and generally featured flat surfaces, geometric forms, and little or no ornamentation or adornments.

Modern kitchen cabinets, for example, are often defined by a sleek, angular and simple design, featuring little or no hardware, flush doors and flat surfaces.

Kitchen styles often focus more of their design on natural materials for cabinets, countertops, floors and furniture. Modern kitchen designs depart from this aesthetic fairly frequently, often featuring man-made materials like laminate, ceramics and molded plastics.

Accessories and other design flourishes can build on a modern kitchen theme. Cabinet doors may be replaced with frosted glass or a sleek laminate or wood veneer to create a modern look.

Flooring and tile work in modern kitchens tend to follow the overall aesthetic, adhering to the clean lines and relative simplicity recognizable in the broader design.

Tile floors or backsplashes of slate or granite in geometric patterns are common, as are subway tiles used for simple, elegant backsplashes.

Finally, furniture choices can contribute greatly to any modern kitchen design. Tables, stools, chairs and benches are available in an array of angular and flowing designs.

MORE KITCHEN DESIGN STYLES: 

•Colonial Kitchen Design

•Italian Kitchen Design

•European Kitchen Design

And more.. 

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No construction worker should be left alone in a crisis and that has never been more important than it is right now as builders struggle with the ongoing physical, mental, and economic effects of COVID-19.

It has developed a simple five-step framework that companies can follow in order to create a better mental health.

FIRST STEP:

Mental health charter and make a commitment towards improving mental health in the industry.

SECOND STEP: 

Order a helpline pack and promote the 24/7 construction industry helpline to your colleagues.

THIRD STEP:

Deliver a ‘tool box talk’ about mental health and wellbeing in your workplace.

FOURTH STEP: 

Offer employees who manage people the opportunity to complete mental health first aid training.

FIFTH STEP: 

Ensure you have enough mental health first aiders trained for your workplace

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Types of insurance that should be considered for both you and your client to ensure you have the right cover before building work starts.

You should consider both your Liability Insurance and Contract Works Insurance to ensure you have enough cover for the size and type of project you are undertaking.

HELPING YOUR CLIENTS 

Before the work starts, homeowners should advise their home insurance provider of any improvements or alterations that are to take place in their home. 

If the house increases in size and value or gains additional contents (carpets, curtains, etc) due to the building works, then the insurance will again need to adapt.

Homeowners should ensure they are covered both during and after the work takes place, otherwise their insurance may be invalid.

WORKING TOGETHER

Cover is available for a wide range of projects such as porches, internal alterations, loft conversions, extensions and much more. 

Each of the policies protects against liquidation, faulty workmanship and structural damage to varying degrees, depending on which policy you choose.

If you’re unsure which one you require for the project you’re working on, simply get in touch with us and we will be happy to assist.

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In economically changing times, it has become quite important for property owners to preserve their real estate assets in a wonderful condition. 

This can only happen if the property has been provided with regular and timely done maintenance, with proper tools and equipment. 

It is quite evident that maintaining a property in a considerably good condition is a tough task. It is somewhat challenging and includes a time-consuming process, but it is a very important process too. 

Having a properly maintained property ready at disposal also considerably increases its prices. In case of emergencies, timely maintaining your property also keeps it ready for use. Furthermore, a maintained property will always score more on the rent fixation chart. 

Property owners, and specifically those who don’t live at their properties, often lack the time and enthusiasm required to maintain their properties. Such property owners can always resort to the services offered by a professional property maintenance provider. Property Contractors 247 provides its customers with the best services at affordable prices. 

The prices usually only vary with the size of the property concerned.

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Get on board, whether you are refreshing the interior design to make it more beautiful or simply more functional. 

There is a list of cool ways of painting and decorating that can help create a charming and neat design.

Living Space Interior

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The organization of space is both the most complex and the most interesting stage. An inventor and a designer must awake within you. Besides, the smaller the size of the apartment, the more actively the inventor’s idea must work.

While designing the living space, be armed with a pencil and paper and make up a detailed plan.

Make notes of the exact sizes of rooms, doors, window apertures, the height of walls, etc. Otherwise, it would be impossible to order new furniture.

Make functional, practical and beautiful interior design when decorating your home

Home Decorating Colours

Use skilfully the colour scheme for painting and decorating to achieve good psychological effects.
As to the colours scheme, pay attention to the placement and orientation of your windows. With solar exposure in mind make the final decision. 

If the room has the North-facing windows, it is recommended to use a warm tones colour scheme. If the South-facing, then use the cold ones.

Style, Texture & Light

Generally, in the design of interiors, elements of rather large numbers of “historical” styles are used. It can be baroque, rococo, classic, pseudo-Gothic, Victorian style. Besides, it can be modernist style, art deco, constructivism, minimalism, hi-tech and, finally, eclecticism.

Victorian Design Elements

The English feeling of measure has allowed the consolidation of all this variety which is shown in the subtleties of semi-tones and colour scores. In such a house a spacious hall looks like a “high-grade” room with a monumental carved table. 

In addition, there is a mirror in a carved frame, a large chest of drawers – pier-glass table. Furthermore, there is a striking long-case clock, a sprawling hat tree with iron hooks, “a cell” for umbrellas and newspapers.

Minimal Art

The modern interior in the style of minimalism can be characterized by the use of only necessary objects. The most important thing to remember while creating such interiors is a competently planned space. Certainly, it contains a lot of diffused, quiet light and air.

Combination of Different Styles

The last thing to point out is that very few people create an interior in one style nowadays. combination of different styles, especially in different zones of one and the same apartment – in such a way it is possible to characterise a mainstream in modern design.

Try our design tips for your home decorating and remodelling projects. let our team of Property Contractors 247 do the job.
We provide all types of home decorating and refurbishment works.

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