Add a Spanish Wow Factor – Update your dated Kitchen!

We all know the cliche but its true, if you want to sell your house in Spain or anywhere else for that matter then you need a wow factor, something different, an edge.

New Kitchen Design Trends 2017

That edge normally comes in the way of a new kitchen or bathroom regardless of location a spanking new kitchen in Mijas Costa, la Cala de Mijas or Marbella will still help sell your Spanish Villa.

Experience in Property

After several years involved in buying, renovating and selling property I have come to the conclusion that the difference between a new kitchen and nice open plan living space is night and day.

Her elegant way of embracing the apartment’s interesting tile choices (black), makes the kitchen and bathroom fit in.

I have curated a great article that explains this in more detail below.

Kitchen Design Evolution

At Gail’s first kitchen design seminar, there were a hundred and fifty men and two women. “The industry consisted mostly of men selling boxes. It was a real novelty at the time to sell design concepts. I was lucky enough to start with St. Charles Kitchens,” Gail says.

Ellen Cheever, CMKBD, ASID, CAPS of Ellen Cheever and Associates was one of Gail’s first professional peers. Ellen says, “Gail helped establish the level of presentation artistry expected from the St. Charles Dealer network: at the time considered the most sophisticated network of kitchen specialists. In doing so, Gail helped set the standards for the entire industry. As a successful woman business owner, she has continued to exemplify business and design leadership in our industry.”

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In 1987, Gail left St. Charles Kitchens to found a woman-owned startup, Drury Design. Her home-based business allowed the budding entrepreneur to be near her young family as she built up her kitchen design portfolio.

“When I first started, everything was designed around the basic work triangle as part of a simple U-shaped kitchen. Cabinets lined up in a row under soffits. Colors matched. Basic materials gave limited options. We’ve gone from that to complex work spaces designed for multiple users. Custom-designed furniture pieces are now incorporated that mix and match colors, door heights, finishes, and hardware.”

“To build my business, I called on architects and home builders. I made a lot of calls before I felt – as a woman in a man’s world – that I was taken seriously. So, I gradually built up a referral base. To get referrals, I had to deliver outstanding customer service. Starting at the first meeting, I worked on building lasting customer relationships. With individual attention to every detail, Drury Design grew slowly and gradually,” Gail recalls. “Our growth was so gradual, I never really saw it coming. Thanks to our clients, our design team and our vendors, we’re where we are today.”

Hope you found that useful I will be publishing plenty more articles on kitchen design in Spain