The Two-Tone Trend

Time to step outside your comfort zone!

Add interest to your kitchen design by using another colour. Two-tone kitchens are currently a big trend, working well in both country style kitchens and chic, contemporary style kitchens.

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The Two-Tone Trend

Why Choose Quartz?

Quartz is a beautifully engineered material. Combining form and function, it has the tactile qualities and cool feel of natural stone which, paired with its hard-wearing durability, makes it the perfect material to have as a kitchen worktop.

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Why Choose Quartz?

The Pantry Cabinet

Our new, freestanding shaker pantry cabinet is a stylish yet practical addition to any kitchen. As part of our Signature range, shown here in Tyrolean Blue, it can create a stunning feature piece in both traditional or modern kitchens. 

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The Pantry Cabinet

The Benefits of having a kitchen island

In every kitchen there is the potential for great storage, display, and functionality. If your kitchen is lacking storage areas, a kitchen island may solve your problem.  With the option of additional drawers, pull out shelves, and cabinets, the island is an extension to your existing casework. 

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The Benefits of having a kitchen island

Setting the budget

Ask questions to get straight answers….with us at least!!!

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Setting the budget

Flooring trends

As time goes by tiles seem to be getting bigger and bigger.

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Flooring trends

A quick guide to ‘The Tall Bank’

A popular request for the modern kitchen. For this space and light are key factors.

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A quick guide to ‘The Tall Bank’

Kitchen islands….. ‘how big can we go’

‘So how big can we have our island’…….. a common question we are asked during initial discussions before we design a kitchen.

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Kitchen islands….. ‘how big can we go’

Design to completion – avoiding the hazards of miscommunications.

It is important that the person writing up the fitters notes, is the person who designed and ordered your kitchen. If not you are heading for trouble.

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Design to completion – avoiding the hazards of miscommunications.