Brighton HomesContemporary Kitchen, Sussex
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What Houzz contributors are saying:
Overflowing shelvesOpen shelves add warmth and personality to a kitchen, but potential buyers probably don’t want to (literally) see what you’ve had for breakfast, so tidy away unsightly food packets and boxes and streamline what’s on display, giving your nicest bits and bobs pride of place. Not only will it make the space look bigger, it’ll help to give off that aspirational lifestyle feel that all the property programmes tell us buyers love.
Glam up your groutIf your grout is in need of a quick clean up (and let’s face it, whose isn’t), consider a grout pen. This nifty device can tidy up grubby grout in a flash. While it may not be a long-term solution, or look quite as good as replacing it properly, it can tide you over, covering up blackened, cracked and mould-stained patches. Simply choose the colour that matches your grout – or if you want a change, choose a totally new colour – and draw over the top. Most are antibacterial, too, so should help to prevent new mouldy patches sprouting.