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Montana Kitchens are adaptable to every size room, from galleys through to larger spaces. Regardless of size, all of our kitchens are carefully designed to maximize space and functionality.

At Montana we understand that the kitchen is not only “the heart of a home’, but in order to perform well, it is also the most expensive. We recommend that if a client is having their kitchen designed for a new home or simply remodeling an existing space, there are a number of things to consider before getting started. Following these steps will make the transition simpler, and help maximize a return on your investment.

How do you plan to use your new kitchen? Typical kitchen designs allow the basic needs to be met, but different people use it for different things. Will your kitchen be the main gathering area for home prepared family meals? Will it be a brief stopping point to grab a quick cup of coffee or heat up a takeaway? Knowing what you will use it for will help us hone in exactly what you are looking for.
Consider the type of foods your family eats and how they are prepared, Some families want indoor grill for healthy cooking year round. Others will appreciate a 6-burner hob for making sauces and pastas, while others may not ever use anything but a microwave or conventional oven for home made fast food. Consider what is important to the household.

Reflect on the types of food and beverages you will be storing, and plan accordingly. Appliance manufacturers today are providing a wide range of specialized storage solutions, from a variety of wine coolers to large stainless steel refrigerators. Consider the types of special pullouts required for these areas and the longevity of your kitchen as an investment. Plan for the future, as you are not likely to redesign or re-decorate it very often. Lastly, always consider function before style.

Finally, and perhaps most importantly, only work with a specialist kitchen company when designing your kitchen. If something is too good to be true, it probably is. Don’t go for a quick or cheap solution, as it may not last long before renovations are needed again.


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