Kitchens

Kitchen design

The kitchen design is something that needs to be considered carefully as there is so much to incorporate into the room. Professional kitchen designers will be able to make the most from any size of kitchen, fitting in all your appliances and necessary sockets.

As the hub of your home it’s important to have something that you’re happy with and will make a big impression when you’re entertaining guests.

By ensuring time and effort is spent on the kitchen and its design, you’ll be able to add value to your home. With the range available for products such as the worktops and flooring, you’ll be able to find something that’s both attractive and has all the necessary qualities.

Kitchen worktop ideas

Your kitchen’s design will inevitably revolve around the worktop. The cabinets and the flooring especially will be based on which material and colour you opt for, so it’s worth spending time to consider your options.

  • Natural stone worktops

Marble and granite are two examples of natural stone worktops and their main quality is strength and durability. They can resist impacts whilst being hardwearing and water resistant. Combined, these properties make natural worktops an obvious choice for the kitchen and many designers will recommend this material.

  • Laminate worktops

If you’re on a tight budget but still want to create a great look in your kitchen for little cost, laminate worktops could be your answer. They’re made specially to replicate other materials, such as wooden or stone worktops. Laminate worktops will last for years but don’t have the same hardwearing properties of stone and can easily be scratched. This makes chopping boards a necessity.

  • Wooden worktops

If it’s the aesthetic appeal you’re after, nothing beats wood as a worktop material. Wooden worktops are great for traditional looks and have some fantastic qualities for the kitchen including durability and water resistance. One problem is that they will scratch easily, but this is countered by cutting boards.

Kitchen design quotes

Designing your kitchen can seem a nightmare with so much to consider. This is why using a professional to design and then install your perfect kitchen is the best route to take.

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Local Kitchens Projects

Project: Owner of the property Base and wall units work tops Modern style Supplied and fitted 3-6 months Please contact to appoint * Budget £3.5K
Project: homeowner kitchen units worktops Floor tiling removal & replace appliances budget 4-8K Supplied and fitted 1-3 months please contact to appoint
Project: Owner of the property Open to style Wall and Base units Some appliances Supply and Install Wall and floor tiling 1-3 months Please contact to appoint *
Project: Homeowner Complete new kitchen Base wall and sink units Worktops Some new appliances Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint
Project: Tenant - with permission Complete new kitchen Base wall and sink units Worktops Some new appliances Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint
Project: Extension of half completed kitchen in new build house. Countertops to be reconfigured. Some water and electrical work Are you the property owner: Owner of the property What level of service do yo...
Project: Homeowner Kitchen Medium No Appliances Supplied and Fitted Budget £4000 Please call to appoint *
Project: Home Owner Replacement Worktops New Sink Door and Drawer Fronts- Carcasses in Good Repair and don't need replacing Oven, Dishwasher, Fridge/ Freezer Required Supplied and Fitted Please Call to A...
Project: Homeowner Kitchen Design, Supply & install Please contact to appoint kitchen budget £10K including applicances
Project: Home Owner High Gloss Modern Style Budget £4000 Appliances May be Required Design, Supply and Install Call to Appoint
Project: Owner of the property Design supply and install Complete Kitchen Time scale: 3-6 months Please contact to appoint
Project: Tenant with permission Wall and Base units wall tiling and flooring no appliances Supplied and fitted 2.5K budget 3-6 Months please contact to appoint *
Project: Homeowner Replacement of doors Worktops Some new appliances Budget max. £3000 Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint *
Project: Homeowner Complete new kitchen Base wall and sink units Worktops Some new appliances Budget max. £4000 Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint
Project: Homeowner Complete new kitchen Base wall and sink units Worktops Some new appliances Budget max. £2000 Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint *
Project: Home owner Medium sized kitchen Modern design Wall and base units, worktop Some appliances required: hob, cooker, possibly dishwasher New flooring Supplied and fitted Budget 8k+ 3- 6 months P...
Project: Kitchen splashback and backwall of breakfast bar Homeowner Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint
Project: Home owner Full kitchen plus utility room inc some appliances Square shape kitchen open budget call to appoint *
Project: Homeowner Complete new kitchen Base wall and sink units Worktops Some new appliances Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint
Project: Replace Bosch single oven like for like Homeowner Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint

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Kitchens activity in July 2018

Kitchens Projects in the UK in July 2018

June 2018 May / June
Greater London 27,850 1%
South East 17,690 -11%
North West 13,080 -13%
Yorkshire & Humber 10,760 -2%
Western Midlands 9,773 0%
South West 9,063 -14%
Scotland 7,914 -11%
East Midlands 6,893 -1%
East Of England 6,850 -4%
Wales 4,845 -15%
Northern Ireland 1,927 -24%
North East 920 15%
United Kingdom 117,565 -7%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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