If you’re not blessed with a large kitchen, it can be a challenge to make the most of what you’ve got, find a place for everything as well as trying to give the illusion of more space. No matter how ‘compact and bijou’ your kitchen is, there are a number of ways to maximise the available space, utilise every cupboard and design hacks to give the appearance of a more generous room.Read More
Schüller’s 2019 Brochure arrived last month and with five new kitchen ranges and additions to colour choices in the existing ranges, we thought we’d create a ‘Top of the Pops’ style countdown to the new entries, non-movers and changes in the 2019 Brochure.
(I find it’s best if you sing the Top of the Pops music in your head as you read the blog!)
When thinking about a new kitchen, you initially have to decide between two main styles; traditional or modern. A traditional kitchen will have detailing on the door fronts (shaker-style or tongue and groove) whereas a modern kitchen tends to have a flat slab door and is very often handle-less.Read More
The time has come to look ahead to the trends that are transpiring in all the design magazines for your home and kitchen. Below are a handful of the style ideas that you can adopt to ensure your new kitchen emerges from one of the glossy pages, straight into your home.
Our busy lifestyles have resulted in a need for multi-purpose rooms in our homes and the obvious room to extend and adapt into this kind of space is the kitchen. This is where visitors naturally congregate and, by no coincidence, it’s also where food makes an appearance and wine is poured!
A large open plan kitchen is top of every modern family’s list but, you need to ensure that you include everything to meet your needs as a family and make sure it looks great for years to come. Read this blog to discover what you should consider to create your perfect family kitchen.
We’re all secretly loving ‘Love Island’…but we actually love islands…of the kitchen variety and there’s a design out there which is so much more than ‘just your type on paper’!
In the past, island units were exclusively for the biggest kitchens in the biggest houses and were perhaps more of a statement that you owned a kitchen large enough to house an island rather than it actually being an integral part of the design. Now, an island unit is so much more…it’s the linchpin of many kitchen designs and creates a centre piece that’s functional, stylish and unites open plan living areas beautifully.
Sustainability, that’s how! The German Kitchen manufacturer, Schüller, are known for their high quality manufacturing but perhaps a little less known is their devotion to finding ways to reduce the amount of land-fill waste and lower emissions during the manufacturing and delivery of their kitchens. Their ongoing commitment to doing their share to preserve the environment is honourable and we think it should be shouted about a little more than it already is!
So, what is sustainability?