Most homeowners would agree a new kitchen countertop is an investment.
Like with any outlay, they want it to last.
When it comes to worktops, particularly in one of the busiest and most frequently used rooms in the home, durability is as important as aesthetics.
Here is our guide to some of the most hard-wearing solutions that both look great and are long-lasting:
It’s a new decade, bringing with it changing trends.
Here are our predictions for what to consider if you’re planning a kitchen makeover in 2020.
Whether you’re designing a new kitchen from scratch or updating your existing one, we can help you make it eco-friendly.
It’s important to consider the environmental impact of the materials you use and the products you buy.
If you know what to look for, there are now plenty of environmentally-friendly decorating products, building materials and appliances available to help you to reduce your home’s energy usage and carbon emissions.
Here are our top five tips for designing an eco-friendly kitchen:
Prepare your kitchen for stress-free cooking while entertaining this Christmas.
Christmas cake, mince pies, roast turkey, pigs in blankets, gingerbread men, Brussels sprouts, and cranberry sauce. There’s no doubt that cooking and eating good food is a key part of gatherings and celebrations during the festive period.
Whether you’re cooking for one or hosting a huge feast for friends and family, a little advance preparation can go a long way to reduce stress and make time you spend in the kitchen this Christmas more enjoyable.