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Contemporary Shaker Kitchen – designed by Higham Furniture

Contemporary Shaker Kitchen - designed by Higham Furniture 1

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The story: This design features elongated wall cabinets with glazed back-lit top cupboards to make it more in keeping with what the American client was used to back home. Cabinet doors were made out of tulipwood, which is painted in Farrow & Ball’s Purbeck Stone. The island is painted in Mole’s Breath while drawer boxes and shelves are designed in maple

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Giving you the edge in the kitchen

Cimitree Kitchen, fabricated by Wharf Solid Surface

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The kitchen worktop is at the heart of every kitchen. It is one of the most visible features so it is well worth spending money here. When you take a look at the Furniture Industry Research Association’s (FIRA) website they state that – “Kitchen worktops are a very important part of your kitchen; possibly the most important…

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Bespoke Kitchen – designed by McCarron & Co

01 Bespoke Kitchen – designed by McCarron & Co

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The story: The owners wanted a sophisticated, restful kitchen with top-quality appliances and hand-made bespoke fitted cabinetry that would stand the test of time…

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Bespoke Kitchen – designed by Johnny Grey Studios

Bespoke Kitchen - designed by Johnny Grey Studios 1

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The story: Located on the ground floor of a beach house facing the sea, with access to an outdoor pool and garden area, this sociable family kitchen was designed for serious cooking and relaxed living. The clients asked for two dining areas to be included within the design – one formal with a large table and a second, café style, to suit small numbers and breakfast.

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Heritage Kitchen – by Mowlem

01 Mowlem & Co Heritage Kitchen

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The story: This stylish period home was an extensive renovation project. The kitchen needed updating with beautiful cabinetry and high-specification appliances to suit a contemporary family lifestyle…

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Floor Show – The Latest Trends Underfoot…

5) Floors of Stone

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There’s no question that kitchen flooring needs to be practical and hardwearing but there’s no reason why it can’t be eye-catching, attractive and bang on trend, too. Sometimes, the surface we choose to fit beneath our feet becomes an afterthought in kitchen design yet it can be one of the more costly elements of a scheme so it pays to do your research and choose a material, colour, finish and texture that you’ll love for years to come. Here are some of my favourite new designs…

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