Flat pack kitchens are often overlooked by renovators. But the fact is, their easy installations and low costs are hard to overlook. Still, a lot of prospective renovators are hesitant when it comes to the idea of fitting a flat pack kitchen into their projects. So let’s take a look at why flat pack kitchens are a good idea. In this list, we’ve added some of our favourite advantages of flat pack kitchens. And we’re prepared to bet that some of those advantages may not be what you’d expect!
Flat pack kitchens are budget-friendly options – but they still offer great quality
We are all so conditioned to the notion of price equating to quality. As a result, most renovators go straight for the most expensive fittings they can afford. But it simply doesn’t have to be that way. There are plenty of kitchen fittings that offer high quality and low costs. It’s just a matter of finding them! And one great way of finding them is to check out flat pack kitchens. The secret behind the affordability of flat pack kitchens has nothing to do with low quality. Rather, it’s a matter of buying power.
Flat pack kitchens are produced in relatively large numbers. That means the companies making them have more leverage over their suppliers – buying power. That buying power allows the producers to purchase the fittings for lower wholesale costs. As a result, they get to include the same high-quality fittings in their flat pack kitchens, then pass the savings onto you.
Easy to transport and even cheaper to install!
Another surprising cost-related advantage of flat pack kitchens is transport. Transport makes up a large proportion of the cost of most items. Whether it’s groceries or garden goods, chances are the price you pay includes a decent nod to the transport industry. That means that if something is easier to transport, it’s normally cheaper. And what could be easier to transport than flat pack goods? The whole purpose of flat pack kitchens is compactness, which benefits transport immeasurably. That means your price is lower still!
Flat pack kitchens are versatile solutions – they can fit a wide range of interiors
Price is one thing, but what if that’s not necessarily your main concern? A lot of people prioritise looks and functionality over price. And that’s understandable. Luckily, though, flat pack kitchens tick those boxes as well. Flat pack kitchens are a versatile solution. They’re created to fit as many different kitchen configurations as possible. That means there’s a good chance you’re never far from a flat pack kitchen that’s suitable for your home.
Easy to install and great for DIY projects
When you look at flat pack kitchens on display, their set up is seamless. That can be daunting to DIY enthusiasts. There is always that lingering question: will it be easy to install? And just as importantly, will it look like the one on display? The answer to both questions is yes when it comes to flat pack kitchens. They’re easy to fit, and they’re easy to fit to a high standard. That makes them the DIYer’s ultimate companion.
Flat pack kitchens are still customisable – here’s how!
Finally, let’s talk distinction: can you customise your flat pack kitchen? Of course! All you need is some creativity, some ingenuity, and maybe some professional help. Flat pack kitchens are comprised of the same components as an ordinary kitchen. Accordingly, you chop and change it as you please. If you think certain fittings would suit it better, why not try it out?
A little bit of professional advice is always helpful though; it’ll allow you to take your kitchen to the next level. For more information, get in touch with Adina Interiors today.