Innovation

Cabinet doors – enhance their value

Blum Cliptop Blumotion Hinge

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Let’s face it, when a kitchen buyer starts looking the first thing in their minds is what will their new kitchen look like. So the doors and drawer fronts are the primary visual impact point in kitchen choice and selection. A well manufactured kitchen will allow it to keep “fresh”…

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Feel good factor

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So what makes us feel good in life? You may think that this is an easy question to answer and for each one of us it is as individual as our personalities. If I were to ask you what makes you happy, you would probably have no problem providing me with at least a few answers…

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Age Explorer in da kitchen!

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Buying a new kitchen today is usually a big purchase that is often very difficult to change later on. A kitchen lasts, on average, around 20 years and you have to remember that your requirements will change over that period. That’s where Age Explorer comes in…

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10 kitchen planning tips

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It’s surprising to find that 66% of new kitchen buyers are dissatisfied with the amount of storage they had after installing a new kitchen. The same goes for positioning of units and services. The key is to assess your lifestyle and needs and start planning from there…

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Space – the final frontier!

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‘Functional cabinets’ are the way to go. We buy a refrigerator or an oven for a specific purpose, so why shouldn’t every kitchen cabinet have a specific storage purpose? The watchwords for base units are ‘no shelves’ – all full extension drawers and pull-outs thus achieving ‘total access’…

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Dynamic Space (part 2): Storage of consumables & non-consumables

Kitchen items

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Dynamic Space recognises five main zones of activity in the modern kitchen – no matter the configuration – and then allocates specialist units for highly functional storage accordingly.

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