Why You Should Invest In Your Kitchen
Boost your home’s value with B+P detailing
INVEST IN THE DETAILS
The power of a good interior to retain and, in some cases, increase the value of your home is irresistible. According to property gurus worldwide, the kitchen is the room where investment reaps huge rewards. A recent analysis by Swedish valuation site, Booli revealed that a few intelligent kitchen upgrades could boost your property’s value by up to 18,000 Euros!
With this goal in mind, we’re exploring some upgrade options that use signature B+P details to elevate your kitchen without having to reach for the sledgehammer.
Why it pays to invest in the details
A recent analysis by Swedish valuation site, Booli revealed that a few intelligent kitchen upgrades could boost your property’s value by up to 18,000 Euros! Fluctuating markets or not, that sounds like an absolute winner.
Here’s how we’d do it, using an imaginary medium-sized kitchen as a rough guide and making sure to use a consistent Buster + Punch look and finish, for a seamless outcome.
Swapping out old hardware for new Buster + Punch’s solid metal cabinet knobs and pull bars is a no-brainer. The effect it’ll have on a kitchen is instant and it’s so easy to do, you’ll wonder why you hadn’t thought of it earlier. It’s like having a new kitchen and all you had to do is spend a couple of hours with the screwdriver!
If you have a kitchen with a door, upgrade your handles, hinges and strike plates. Our signature Buster + Punch knurling makes this the kind of swap out that you’ll feel good about every time you reach for the handle.
Lighting is the final touch if you have a little left in the budget. We’ve seen so many amazing combinations of our lighting collection in kitchens – each with a different character.
You could use a powerful Caged light over a bar area and a handful of spots. Or keep things adaptable with Exhaust spotlights on a track. Another great piece is the Forked Pendant, bringing a purposeful presence that makes it feel like you’re at the chef’s table.
Ultimately, we don’t need a survey to tell us that investing in the details is the smartest decision in interior design. The time you spend in your newly refined space will do just that.