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Is your kitchen the heart of your home?

by | Mar 11, 2022 | Revitalize Blog

The trend with kitchens in terms of layout and design have changed exponentially over the decades. The traditional 18th century farm cottage often had expansive kitchen spaces, where people cooked, dined and relaxed. The Victorians adopted smaller-scale designs. If you view or own a Victorian property, you’ll know what we mean. They’re often compact rooms which modern owners have extended or remodelled. The Edwardians adopted larger designs, and the pendulum swung back in Art Deco, 30s and 40s home with post-war semi-detached homes have bay-windowed living rooms, an attached dining room and a small kitchen, generally.

50s and 60s home designers were more generous with kitchen dimensions, though the 70s swung back with galley kitchens being common.

Modern, new builds have bucked the trend again with many having huge kitchens that span the rear footprint of a property, incorporating cooking, dining and living areas, with garden access in one room.

Now you might be thinking – interesting history lesson (or dull one!) but there is a reason for this potted kitchen tour.

Why Choose Revitalize Resprays For Your Kitchen Resprays? 

You see, Revitalize Resprays covers the whole of Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Lancashire with its kitchen respray services and we’ve seen the lot from Victorian extended kitchens to those looking for a change in fairly new homes.

The appeal of our service should be easy to see, we hope. You don’t have the huge costs associated with a brand new kitchen design and installation. You don’t have the long lead in times and you don’t have the disruption to your lives.

Granted: you won’t be posting live feeds or stories to your Instagram or Facebook channels, showing off your door-less units. But, assuming you use social media, you will afterwards.

Look at our case studies and slide the photo associated with each and evaluate how the kitchen looked before Bryan and Lee rocked up and how it looks afterwards.

We are time-served craftsmen who rely heavily on word-of-mouth recommendations. We can’t afford, literally, for a customer to be dissatisfied with the after results. We want the kitchen to impress, whether it’s Victorian or new build.

The other reason business is going so well – part from speed, cost and quality of service – is that the process is bespoke. You choose the colour or colours you want and we’ll repair your units and respray. You may want Farrow and Ball’s “Elephant’s Breath” complementing with “Hague Blue”, or Dulux’s colour of the year for 2022, “Bright Skies” contrasting with “Moon Cloud”.

Many paint companies have online room visualisers too, where you can see what certain colour combinations would like in situ.

When you’ve decided, contact Bryan and Lee via this website, email, or social media for a no-obligation estimate to transform your kitchen, whether it’s farmhouse or contemporary.


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