The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in your home. It’s where you spend much of your time, either cooking, spending quality time with your family, or entertaining. So it is important that it is well set out and comfortable to use. A kitchen that you find frustrating to be in will not be one that encourages healthier living if you don’t want to spend any time in it!
If you’re a Radio Four listener you will know that they found that house moves have dropped by 50% in the last decade. So if we’re not moving then we will want to keep our homes modern and up to date, making changes to them to improve not only our day-to-day life but to add value to them for when we do come to sell them and move on.
As soon as the summer season sets in, everyone is more inclined to spend time outdoors and enjoy fun activities with family and friends. One reason behind the demand for bi-folding doors is that they make a fantastic summer feature, especially during barbeques, parties, or to let the children play in the garden while still keeping an eye on them. They help to connect the living room or kitchen with the garden while providing a splendid view.
In a world where mass-manufactured furniture becomes ever cheaper (and of ever dwindling quality) there can be few as satisfying an option as commissioning a completely bespoke piece of furniture designed and manufactured on your exacting terms. Here is our comprehensive guide as how the process works and what considerations you’ll have to think about along the way.
The role of the kitchen has been nothing short of revolutionised over the past decade. Where once this room was nothing more than a place to prepare and store food, today it should serve as a thriving, vibrant hub of the home – a place in which families relax, friends entertain and culinary fans can unleash their creativity. If you’re planning a bespoke kitchen project, then you have many important considerations before you, and here we summarise four starting points.
Working at home is quickly becoming working in the garden, with more and more home owners opting to definitively separate the space between life and work.
With garden offices costing £5,0000 and upwards it’s prudent to carefully consider the options before you, before you so much as make an online enquiry or pick up a brochure. Here are five initial pointers…
What is the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)?
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is an international not for profit organisation that provides a certification programme for responsibly managed forests and a labelling system for timber and wood products that contain material from responsibly managed forests.
If you are planning a new kitchen installation you may be concerned about the things you need to do to keep disruption and discomfort to a minimum while the contractor is installing your new kitchen.