With Brexit approaching at a rapid rate of knots, there are naturally concerns that certain products might become more expensive or difficult to obtain, especially if these products are mostly imported.
Many of us are familiar with brands from Europe and further afield when it comes to redesigning our kitchens or homes. But what about the ones we have right on our doorsteps?
As the summer closes, all of the 2019 style trends are coming forward. London fashion week showed us animal prints and bold colours are coming back. In the interiors industry, Dulux released their 2019 colour of the year as ‘Spiced Honey’ and Farrow and Ball have released 9 new colours for 2019. So, what does this mean for your kitchen?
When it comes to kitchen furniture and design, Scandinavia really is a leading region. There are so many top brands from this part of the world that it can be challenging deciding on which ones would work best in your kitchen transformation.
We do everything in our kitchens nowadays. From cooking to cleaning and discussions to dinner parties, we always end up in the kitchen. Here are my top 5 tips to help you get the most out of your new kitchen and make it work with the fluidity of family life.