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Kitchen Ideas that you don't want to miss

Kitchen Ideas that you don't want to miss

The kitchen is the heart of every home! But old kitchen designs and outdated furniture tend to make this space dreary and uninspiring, discouraging people from spending time in their kitchens. Thankfully, there are tons of kitchen design ideas to spice up anyone's home cooking space. With a few remodelling ideas and a change of design, every kitchen can feel like home again.
6 Different Kitchen Layout Types

6 Different Kitchen Layout Types

The kitchen is one of the most important rooms to consider when designing a home. They come in many different shapes and sizes, and there is no one-size-fits-all layout for every house so it is very important to do your research even if you're engaging with a kitchen designer and look at different kitchen ideas before you begin building your dream kitchen

  • Jimmy T
What is a Splashback and do I need one for my house?

What is a Splashback and do I need one for my house?

The kitchen splashback plays an extremely important role in protecting your walls as well as being a key role in setting the theme and design of your modern kitchen.
  • Jimmy T
The Problems With Commercial Sinks Installed In Everyday Kitchens

The Problems With Commercial Sinks Installed In Everyday Kitchens

he main difference between a commercial sink and a domestic kitchen sink is not the sink itself but the surroundings, you will see that in a commercial kitchen generally there will be a stainless steel workbench for high traffic food preparation or wash food, and the stainless steel workbench is connected to the stainless steel sink
  • Jimmy T
Butler Sinks

Butler Sinks

Butler sinks are often smaller in size than the standard kitchen sink that is often used in the butler pantry, their origins came as a fireclay butler sink or ceramic sink but in modern times we've taken the concept of the butler sink and made changes and adaptions.
How to Unblock a Kitchen Sink: A Short Guide

How to Unblock a Kitchen Sink: A Short Guide

Blocked kitchen sinks are the bane of many homeowners. It can be a stressful experience especially if you’ve never fixed a blocked sink. What’s even worse is that the blocked sink may be very dirty and smelly!
  • Jimmy T
Stainless Steel Kitchen Sinks: A Guide for Home Owners

Stainless Steel Kitchen Sinks: A Guide for Home Owners

Choosing the best sink for your kitchen is a mixture of several elements; you’ll need something that works great when you’re cleaning your dishes, preparing your food, and everything else that you’d need in a sink - it has to be practical.
  • Jimmy T
How Much Can I save with a Flat Pack Kitchen?

How Much Can I save with a Flat Pack Kitchen?

Are you looking at renovating your dream kitchen? You've been inspired by flashy kitchens from a magazine or Facebook post? Then you start to think about how many things in the kitchen you're going to need to change and all the different costs associated.
Keeping the Kitchen Sink Fresh, Fragrant and Fantastic

Keeping the Kitchen Sink Fresh, Fragrant and Fantastic

To ensure it continues to be an asset for many years to come, there is an easy, scratch-free, and environmentally friendly way to clean it, so it stays gleamingly fresh and like new, for a very long time. Here’s how.
  • Jimmy T
How to Choose a Cheap and High-Quality Kitchen Sink

How to Choose a Cheap and High-Quality Kitchen Sink

Today, sinks are available in an array of styles and materials. It’s not uncommon to see porcelain or stone finishes for sinks, particularly in modern homes. Despite being an essential part of the kitchen, sinks are one of the more cheaper components in the kitchen. 

Large Kitchen Sinks Require Planning

Large Kitchen Sinks Require Planning

Cooking is tons of fun until you notice dishes piled up in the sink. Nobody wants to sort through a cramped wash area – so why put up with a tiny sink? If you want a clean and comfortable cooking experience, a large kitchen sink is essential!
  • Jimmy T
Causes of Rust on Stainless Steel Products

Causes of Rust on Stainless Steel Products

Rust is caused by a metallic particulate which has oxidized on the surface of a product and turned it to rust. When rust occurs on a product, it resides on the top surface. Glass, enamelled cast iron, vitreous china, stainless steel, and Vikrell cannot rust on its own. Rust is not the result of a manufacturing process, nor is it considered a defect in the product.

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