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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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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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The kids have gone back to school and we’re pretty sure we can hear homes across Chester celebrating, albeit quietly with silent screams of delight, that’s right, we’re already at the September Supper club! Where does the time fly-by? It’s a big question and we shall not mention the C word just yet, let us...
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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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When it comes to adding flavour, texture and generally elevating your food, one of the easiest ways of doing it is by cooking with herbs. From hits of freshness before serving, to giving bursts of seasoning whilst cooking, knowing your herbs and how to cook with them can make them an ally and partner in...
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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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With the rise of the island unit, the spur of germanic styling and the tall housing units sweeping across the internet like your morning toast and jam, there is one fallen hero of design that we are seeing a Da Vincian renaissance in, the humble breakfast bar. Forget Thatcher, the great storm that Michael Fish...
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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 waterfall worktop has now been around for a good number of years, yet their rise in the mid 00s was predicted to be ephemeral at best. The traditional worktop is something that every kitchen understands. A simple run over your cabinets and finishing at the edge both depth and lengthways. A waterfall worktop however...
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Go through the numerous Pinterest boards and Instagram inspiration profiles around home design and you will have noticed a “new” colour creeping into shots and mood boards. That colour is cashmere. Of course no colour is new, it just happens to be more in trend than at other times. That is what is happening with...
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