I’m a man on a mission at the moment. I’ve been scouting around the news websites such as the Guardian and the Telegraph analyzing their Home articles
Had to chuckle at the responses to yet another article in The Telegraph online that got my back up.
It’s worth reading only before reading my take on it below. ‘Interior design: the right ingredients for a perfect kitchen’
Well, the wall units are up, the base units are fitted and you’re probably stood there, tools at the ready and chomping at the bit to fit your new worktops. You can now shout back into the living room, “We’ll see who’s bloody useless”.
Okay. The cabinets have arrived. You feel so confident that you’ve arranged a dinner party for the weekend.
If installing a kitchen was like building a car then it’s time to fit the engine, in this case the appliances. Kitchens, like cars, depend upon the quality of the appliances to give a more efficient performance.
My response to a Telegraph article by an Interior Designer about How To Design The Perfect Kitchen On A Budget 25/4/13
I’ve lost count of the number of Kitchen Worktops that were introduced into the UK market in a blaze of glory and all with claims of being the big game changer that will pose a threat to the established favourites like Corian or Silestone.
More often than not, they fade from memory, not because they’re inferior to their big cousins, though many are, but because they don’t receive the same airplay or publicity drive. Big promotional budgets, without doubt, help to brand a product and maintain its position in any given sector.
This is a wonderful article on the design options available for small kitchens, written in 2013 by the late Marion John. Marion is missed by many as are her inspirational and pioneering blogs on Kitchen Design. ~ May she rest in peace. This blog is an invitation blog. It’s not a guest blog because I have
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