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We love creating designs that utilise all the space available to you! A kitchen island doesn’t just have to be a preparation space anymore, creating shelving units to hide all the bulky appliances or a breakfast bar extension is a great way to turn the ever desirable kitchen island into a really practical space.
We may only have branches in the UK but that won't stop us. Have a look at this Sherwood Grey kitchen with Bianco Slabtech worktops, collected by the customer to go to the Loire Valley in France! 110 man hours later and this is the result! Design out of our Bognor branch.
Want the feel of an authentic wood grain, but the durability of a man-made material? The NEW Richmond Grey Oak is the answer. Not only does it look great as a full kitchen, it's perfect for creating timber effect feature shelves or display units. To add colour to your kitchen, use AluSplash as a back panel for shelving units as well as for a splashback behind the hob.
We've increased our True Handleless range to 12 designs & 3 rail finishes! Shown here in a mix and match style with Eton Matt White & RIchmond Grey Oak - we've created a striking look by adding our NEW Brushed Matt Black Rail to the kitchen. Try using our NEW champagne rail - which is a hybrid of soft brass & rose gold - with a dark fascia, it'll really stand our in line with the latest luxe trends. Shown with Eton Matt Carbon.
Checkout this fantastic farmhouse renovation fitted by Bryan Yeo. A fantastic example of mixing and matching Sherwood Grey with a Sherwood Charcoal Island. Not forgetting the Steel Quartz Worktops. What a fantastic project, designed by our Bideford branch. #Tradeyoftheweek
It's that time of the week again... This week we want to share with you a kitchen fit out from our Morecambe branch installed by our #Tradeyoftheweek Paul Bourne Plumbing. Great use of our Soho range, LVT flooring and glass doors with pair maker. Great Job.
For a seamless look, it's important to select styles that work together to avoid a hotch-potch of fascias. So, opt for all flat slab doors but in an opposite texture or colour, shaker style doors across a variety of shades, and so on. Avoid mixing shaker doors with flat slab options as they can easily jar rather than blend.
If you're working with a smaller U-Shaped kitchen, you have to be careful not to pack out all three sides, as you could end up with a cramped feeling space. Avoid this by swapping solid units on one wall for glass wall units or open shelving, this will help make the room feel more spacious!
Its #Tradeyoftheweek time again... This week, check out this submission from @our1940shome who have nominated builder Kevin Snook and our joiner Kevin Jeffries for this beautiful Sherwood Charcoal kitchen designed and supplied out of our Benchmarx branch in Uxbridge. Congratulations all, it looks amazing.
This week's #tradeyoftheweek goes to EPOC with this incredible installation of our Soho Grey Kitchen, paired with our Zenith Worktops! Another amazing design coming out of our Oxford branch! Don't forget to tag us in your Benchmarx Installation to be in for a chance to be our #tradeyoftheweek.