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Work in feature tilesA strong injection of pattern or colour can often provide personality in a contemporary kitchen. Tiles can be a practical way to do this; you get to create a resilient surface as well as a striking feature in one go. That said, tiling is a skilled trade and statement tiles can be quite an investment, so call on your architect or interior designer to advise you on what might work and why. They’ll be able to suggest just the right – and not always obvious – colours to tie the area into the rest of your kitchen and let your tiles become a beautiful stand-out detail.Your turnHow have you introduced a welcoming feel in your contemporary kitchen? Share your tips in the Comments below, like this story, save the images, and join the conversation.MoreCraving more kitchen inspiration? Read these 19 Design Tricks to Maximise Space in a Small Kitchen
If your home is just undergoing a cosmetic renovation, your costs will usually be lower. But that’s no reason to rest on your laurels: if your goal is making a profit from your renovation, you’ll need to nail the visual appeal of the property. Look to improve those elements potential buyers notice as soon as they walk into a property, such as your entrance, window furnishings, light fittings and flooring.