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For years, new kitchen owners have had to choose whether or not they wanted to go with tiles to finish off their kitchen look. In the last decade however, this idea of the “minimalist design” has left many simply forgoing on tiles, and looking to backsplash and full wall cladding as an option. Thankfully however,...
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The weather has definitely changed, the nights are getting colder, we have daylight for only a few hours and yet the one thing that doesn’t change at this time of the year is the incredible ways we can prepare food in our November supper club. We’re back after a slight hiatus, we’ve been working on...
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Choosing the perfect colour scheme for a kitchen can be one of the most important decisions you can make when purchasing your designer kitchen. The layout is the most important aspect, but when it comes to the overall look, nothing will matter more than how the colours all balance in the grand scheme of the...
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Whether you are going through a complete alteration of your kitchen and dining space, or just replacing your kitchen with a fully fitted solution, then the quest for your kitchen to look bigger is one that designers and homeowners are constantly searching for. Bigger means more space to do the things that matter. From great...
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Kitchen design has come a long way over recent years, but if there is one thing that really has developed in terms of “want-ability” it is, the kitchen island. Not all kitchen islands are however made equal and as we’ve discussed over numerous blog posts, we know that there are a variety of things that...
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There are fewer things that look more stunning in a kitchen than, cladding. For those that don’t know what cladding is, it is a material that covers your wall in your kitchen area and provides a uniform look and finish between your worktops and the overall feel of your kitchen space. We at Stefano De...
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When it comes to getting a new kitchen there is a common industry saying that we certainly abide by, “you get what you pay for” it is with that level of thinking that we wanted to talk today about, the false economy of a new kitchen. We all know about false economies. You think you...
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Earlier this week we spoke about losing wall units, but if you were to choose this particular style or were forced into fewer wall units due to technical limitations the question that needs answering is, “what alternative storage solutions can I have?” Thanks to the internet, new inventions, old inventions and Instagram envy, we know...
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The second in our look at vegetarian dishes is all about main courses and what you can achieve with different ingredients and maximising texture combinations. According to data produced by the NHS, “It’s estimated that around 2% of the UK population is vegetarian, which is more than 1.2 million people. Teenagers make up the highest...
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It’s not uncommon to hear stories of how a new kitchen will add value to your home. Whether you are looking to move in a few years, a quick refurb to help sell your home or just looking at a future investment opportunity, there have been lots of stories where a bespoke kitchen refit can...
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