When designing a room in your house, it may be difficult to accurately imagine just how it will look once completed. This can be a daunting prospect for some, especially when you may be investing a significant amount of money.
The kitchen has undergone a huge transformation over the decades. Instead of simply being the place to prepare meals, it has become the integral hub of the modern household. To adapt to this new way of living, contemporary kitchens are often open plan and flow into other areas of the home.
Traditionally, butler’s pantries were used for housing fine china and display items in the grandest homes. However, as trends and lifestyles changed, they became less and less popular.
“There is no such thing as an original idea. It is impossible. We simply take a lot of old ideas and put them into a sort of mental kaleidoscope.”
When you are designing your dream kitchen you will undoubtedly spend a great deal of time considering the materials you want to use. David Lisle’s showroom at the Old Chapel in Macclesfield is a treasure trove of ideas, with timbers, exotic wood finishes, granites and metals.
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