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Coastal inspired design by Stoneham Kitchens

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The owner of this detached seafront home in Folkestone, Kent, felt it was important that her new kitchen was sympathetic to the picturesque coastal location of the property. She specifically wanted the space to be both welcoming and relaxing, taking inspiration from the look and feel of a traditional bright blue beach hut.

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Harvey Jones: 5 things to consider when building a kitchen extension

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The kitchen is the central hub of the home, so it’s no surprise that space never seems to be enough. Two Harvey Jones designers offer their practical tips to ensure a smooth kitchen extension building project…

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Kitchen Planning: Still Thinking About It…

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There’s a general feeling that ‘lockdown mode’ regarding interiors and exteriors means ‘planning mode’… although many design studios and independent retailers are still operating online, there’s little installation and real-life building work going on…

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Colourful Ideas: Spring Greens & Sunshine Yellow

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We wanted to bring you some colourful inspiration this week, so immediately thought of the latest things we’ve seen from Koivu.This kitchen company builds bespoke kitchen using sustainable birch plywood from Finland…

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Virtual kitchen design

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We may be under lockdown for the foreseeable and will no doubt be practising social distancing for some time to come, but that doesn’t mean that kitchen design has to stop. Customers and designers are easily able to connect virtually, going through practically the same process pre-lockdown in order to achieve the perfect project…

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The Dream Kitchen, Boot Room and Utility by Martin Moore

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Kitchen projects by Martin Moore are recognisable because of their understated and classic proportions, calm colours and very clever interior fittings. Martin Moore designer Andrew Wartnaby told us about a recent project – which also included a very covetable boot-room-utility space…

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