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10 Amazing Kitchen Open Shelving Ideas

Kitchen Open Shelving Idea

Did you ever find yourself rummaging through cupboard after cupboard, looking for that favorite cereal bowl, the one you misplaced a week ago? Ever feel bothered by having your hands wander in dim light, trying to avoid the ten other plates and bowls you never use but still keep around,...

Fabulous English Kitchen Designs

Fabulous English Kitchen Design

Guild Anderson Furniture celebrate their fifteenth anniversary this year. Launched in 2003 by Nick and Hannah Anderson, this story is one of British entrepreneurial success. Founded in parallel with bringing up their young family, Guild Anderson started out like many business ventures in small premises on the family farm. Today, the...

Kitchen Wall Tiles and Floor Tiles

Kitchen Wall Tiles and Floor Tiles 2

A long, long time ago, kitchens didn’t have any backsplashes. It might seem impossible to imagine a kitchen without one of the most decorative parts of it, but prior to about the 1940s, they weren’t needed. Kitchens have always served the same function (to prepare meals), but they only advanced...

Amazing Kitchen Design With Touches Of Gold

Amazing Kitchen Design With Touches Of Gold

Hand painted, in-frame cabinetry with Carrara marble and stained oak work surfaces by 202 design. 202 design was established in 2001 with the vision of creating fine bespoke kitchens, fitted cabinetry and furniture. Founding directors Benjamin Kempton and Thomas Wicksteed together have accumulated over 40 years of experience, delivering projects across London, the UK and Europe. ...

Industrial Meets Deco In This Kitchen Design

Industrial Meets Deco In This Kitchen Design

Karlie & Will’s ‘In-deco’ kitchen design by freedom kitchens, sees the perfect balance between modern industrial with influences of Art Deco. A feature timber look blockout in Rural Oak frames the cabinetry in Super Matt Black and the living and cooking spaces have been effortlessly linked with the introduction of...