Planning

Accessible can still mean awesome in the kitchen

Accessible pull-out kitchen drawers

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It’s not an issue that many independent kitchen companies seem to showcase, but with new technologies making it easier for people with physical impairments or disabilities to be more independent in their homes, kitchens inevitably need to roll with the times too…

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Kid Friendly Kitchens

Edible Eyes from Tesco

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The kitchen is not just for cooking these days, with an increasing number of kitchen diners, breakfast bars and media being incorporated into this integral room of the house. If you’ve got little ones, it can be hard to know how to get them involved…

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Valentines Day Lighting

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Although it feels like Christmas was only yesterday and I’m still trying to get rid of the Stilton and Edam in my fridge that no one was partial to, it’s February already, the month in which we celebrate Valentines Day. The high street is shouting at us to purchase…

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Kitchen Before and After 2!!!

Pan drawers

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In design terms smaller kitchens can often be more of a challenge than larger ones, size does matter… especially when your client requires a host of mod cons to be fitted into a regular sized ‘U’ shaped design… Dishwasher, built in microwave, built in oven, washing machine etc.

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A kitchen before and after…

Kitchen 'after' shot 3...

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Very often when we view fabulous kitchens in glossy magazines we only see the finished results! This time I thought I would show some ‘before’ & ‘after’ pictures of the project to show how dramatic transformations can be created. This job was for a landlord of a rented house

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What’s hot in kitchens for 2014?

Astracast's Vantage Sio Sink

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Our thoughts may be preoccupied by the new year celebrations right now but if you’re planning to invest in a new kitchen come the New Year, or you know someone who is, here’s what trends are coming through for 2014…

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