The natural aesthetics and sheer beauty of Granite can be enjoyed from the floor to the ceiling in a bathroom. A few great examples are Granite tub surrounds, Granite shower enclosures, and Granite vanity tops.
First of all you should make some basic considerations: Should your new kitchen be a pure working area? Do you want a functional kitchen? Or should it be designed as a comfortable and spacious kitchen? Perhaps even as a country house kitchen? Or perhaps you have imagined a contemporary, purist design kitchen. Do you have small children and should fronts and materials therefore be particularly hard-wearing? Or are you dreaming of an exceptionally easy-care kitchen that saves you a lot of time and effort?
Depending on your personal requirements and design preferences, you can choose between solid wood, real wood, glass, stainless steel, plastic, foil, laminate, laminate and lacquer fronts, which in turn are offered in various price categories. For more about the numerous materials and their respective advantages you could schedule a free appointment.
Simple plastic fronts with glued edges are the cheapest. The next higher price category is made up of foil fronts, matt or glossy, laminate and laminated, wood, glass and lacquer fronts. Solid wood kitchens, lacquered wood kitchens and high-gloss lacquered kitchens are usually relatively expensive.
However, it is not only the materials, but also the manufacturer quality that influences the price of the kitchen. The same applies here as for any other product: The higher the quality and more renowned the brand, the more expensive the goods are to buy. However, it should be noted that brand manufacturers also offer a lot for the high price: in addition to the fronts, they usually supply the complete range of side panels, plinths, side panels and often more as well. In this way, the kitchen can be consistently and uniformly designed to suit your individual taste, without having to make compromises due to non-available parts.