Planning

Kitchen Before & After III

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This 1930’s semi-detached home provided the basis of a long over due update to the family kitchen. The current kitchen had been installed in the eighties; so much was required in the way of modernisation. The brief, apart from the structural requirements centred on…

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The Afterlife!!!

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The conversion of this Victorian church school house proved to be a mammoth task for the developers; the plan to convert it from a virtually derelict building into five luxury houses was indeed a huge task. Before any internal work could begin…

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How do you make an open plan kitchen work?

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So, you’ve had two or three rooms knocked together to create one big area to include a kitchen, living and dining room – currently one of the most popular home improvements. Now you’ve got this large space, how do you make it work for you?

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The Art of Extraction

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When planning a dream kitchen, it’s all too easy to overlook one of most important elements – the extraction. There are so many things to think about, from cabinets and worktops to appliances, sink, tap, tiles, splashback, flooring, heating and storage, that when it comes to selecting a cooker hood…

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10-step guide to buying a bespoke kitchen

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Want a kitchen that designed specifically for you? Don’t fancy anything ‘off the peg’ – so where do you start? Roundhouse, the multi-award-winning bespoke kitchen design & manufacturer, has put together a short guide to buying a bespoke kitchen to help you get underway…

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Lighting a Summer Kitchen…

Lift the mood when the skies are grey outside with colour changing LED strip lighting

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With the school Summer holidays fast approaching (can you believe how quickly this year is going?!) now is the ideal time to prepare yourself and ensure the ‘hub of the home’, your kitchen, is ready for the multitude of roles it’s going to need to play in the next few months.

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