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2014 has been a great year for Kitchen Design Centre. We’ve had a wide range of fun and exciting kitchens to design, visited a number of fantastic suppliers – who really do make our kitchens unique – and welcomed a number of fabulous new members to our ever-growing team.
Graduate, Laura Roberts is our latest recruit to the Kitchen Design Centre design programme – and with her passion and wealth of expertise, it’s not hard to see why…
If there’s one time to make the most of your kitchen it’s Christmas. The festive period is all about good food and celebrating with your loved ones and a new designer kitchen is the perfect setting for your seasonal soiree. You’ll be able to wine and dine friends with a dinner party, serve up a Christmas feast in beautifully festive surroundings and toast to the New Year with a party for all your friends.
Looking to revamp your home and reduce your carbon footprint? Or perhaps you’re just looking for feel-good, earth-friendly resolutions for 2015? Whether you’re getting a brand new kitchen from Kitchen Design Centre or just implementing changes in your current home, there are 100’s of simple ways you can go green.
When dreaming of your designer kitchen what comes to mind? An open plan design with a fabulous social area? Top of the range appliances? A gorgeous kitchen island for food prep and dining around? It’s very easy to get carried away with the design of your new kitchen without even thinking about the flooring – but don’t underestimate how important it is to get this right too. Your choice will not only be affected by your preferred style and colour scheme, you’ll also need to consider your lifestyle too and the practicalities of different flooring types. All sound a bit too complicated? At Kitchen Design Centre, we’re here to break it all down for you…
If you’ve got young children, you may have put off getting your dream designer kitchen until they’re a little older. The last thing you want to worry about is your kitchen dream getting tatty, stained and generally being an unfriendly environment for your children and any little guests. But having a stylish, designer kitchen doesn’t have to conflict with family life. Style, comfort, safety and convenience can work hand in hand with a kitchen from Kitchen Design Centre. There are many ways we can help you to design your perfect family-friendly kitchen without you having to compromise on chic style. Today on the blog we’ll be exploring just a few child-friendly kitchen ideas…
At Kitchen Design Centre, we know that long-lasting, durable furnishings, appliances and gadgets are just as important as the final look of your kitchen. You want to be delighted with your new kitchen, enjoy it for months and years to come and ensure that all your hard-earned cash has been invested on a quality kitchen that never fails. That’s why we offer guarantees on every part of your new kitchen design – giving you peace of mind that the results look good and last for years, not weeks.
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At Kitchen Design Centre, we specialise in creating kitchens that are high quality, stylish, functional, and durable, using only suppliers that meet these requirements too.
Delicious dinner parties, romantic dining for two, an evening meal for the family… One thing these social events all have in common is the business end of the kitchen – the need for an oven and hob. While you can do without an oven for regular cooking, if your hob fails, your culinary creations become quite difficult to make. So today on the blog, we’re going to be taking a look at this staple appliance and discovering trusty hob options available for your kitchen.
When thinking about your dream kitchen, what comes to mind? Sleek worktops and funishings? Top-of –the-range appliances? An ergonomic design? We’re pretty sure all these things rank highly in your list of priorities but did you know that kitchen lighting should also be a key consideration during your design project? If applied correctly,, it also allows the kitchen to adapt easily to suit your different needs, requirements and moods.
Want to make the most of your kitchen space? Whether you’ve decided upon getting a new kitchen or not, making efficient use of your space and ensuring the setup is as practical as possible is always worth doing. Obviously, this task is easiest when you’re planning a whole new kitchen design and have the entire space to play around with, but some simple changes can still be made to existing kitchens to enhance their use.