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Could you be our next apprentice?

Posted on: 28th Nov, 2016 by Michael Cain

Kitchen Design Centre Apprenticeship

The team at Kitchen Design Centre are on the hunt to fill this year’s apprenticeship scheme. We are looking for not one, but three enthusiastic apprentice kitchen fitters to join our growing company.

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Measuring for a kitchen island

Posted on: 21st Nov, 2016 by Mark Gilligan

modern german kitchen with island

A kitchen island can transform the look, feel and functionality of your kitchen. It can serve as a focal point in your kitchen space and can be used for anything and everything – from storage to dining – but choosing the right size island is important in getting it right. In today’s blog, we cover everything you need to know about measuring for kitchen islands, revealing how you can ensure the best design for your kitchen space.

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Seasonal touches for your kitchen this autumn

Posted on: 11th Nov, 2016 by Mark Gilligan

white oak rustic modern kitchen

The cooler temperatures of autumn and the darker evenings have finally arrived – giving you the perfect excuse for a simple kitchen re-design. Revamping your kitchen space for autumn is a great idea. It’s not only fun, it transforms your space too – making it feel warm, welcoming and autumn-ready. We’ve got plenty of ideas for autumn kitchen design, the following being a few of our favourites….

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How to add wood into your kitchens design

Posted on: 4th Nov, 2016 by Mark Gilligan

designer wood style kitchen

Although wood is perhaps one of the simplest materials, it can make a huge impact in terms of kitchen design. The classic material is ideal for statement pieces and creating a traditional farmhouse kitchen design, thanks to its warmth and durability.

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Common mistakes made in kitchen design

Posted on: 31st Oct, 2016 by Mark Gilligan

kitchen design sketch

All interior design comes with its challenges, but bespoke kitchen design can be particularly challenging. With so many elements to consider – from the colour scheme to layout and appliances, a kitchen re-design can be overwhelming.

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Brand new kitchen inspiration from the Kitchen Design Centre team

Posted on: 28th Oct, 2016 by Michael Cain



Every autumn, a selection of our talented designers get to explore the newest kitchen design ideas and trends before anyone else – with a visit to the Hacker factory. This year, we had designers attend from each one of our showrooms all visiting with one aim: to bring the hottest design ideas back home.

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Add an Asian touch to your kitchen design

Posted on: 21st Oct, 2016 by Mark Gilligan

Add an Asian touch to your kitchen design

Bored of traditional kitchen design? If you’re dreaming of a beautiful and timeless modern kitchen design, why not add an Asian touch to your kitchen? Cosy and warm, oriental design is perfect for families and homeowners that like to gather and celebrate with friends. Creating an Asian-inspired kitchen is also easier than you might think…

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8 ways to add colour to your kitchen

Posted on: 14th Oct, 2016 by Mark Gilligan

colourful kitchen design

Whether it’s just a pop of colour or a complete colour transformation, changing up your kitchen colour palette can enhance your kitchen space. You needn’t undergo a renovation either to change up your look. From simplistic feature walls to modern interior design ideas – we share the best ways to add colour to your kitchen space.

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Top tips for a successful kitchen design

Posted on: 11th Oct, 2016 by Mark Gilligan

bespoke kitchen by KDC

As the heart of the home, it’s important to get your kitchen design right. And luckily, achieving that functional and aesthetically beautiful kitchen needn’t be difficult. With the help of our experts – who offer bespoke kitchen design – and careful planning and decision-making at your end, you can build your dream kitchen in no time.

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Embracing hygge in your kitchen design

Posted on: 3rd Oct, 2016 by Mark Gilligan

Embracing hygge in your kitchen design

The concept of hygge, pronounced “heurgha”, has made a huge impact on the UK this autumn. The latest trend sees us dreaming of cosy atmospheres, comfort food and quality time with friends – embracing the simple things we love about life. Hygge’s not just impacting our approach to life; it’s impacting our interior design too. Advocating cosy and sociable living spaces, it can be applied to kitchen design too.

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