The Quooker tap has not escaped hesitancy from our clients over the years. After all, the concept of a tap that produces instantly boiling water can seem incredibly alarming at first. However, this “tap that does it all” is not only extremely innovative, but exceptionally safe.
As we always say, the kitchen is the heart of the home. It is where a lot of us spend most of our time. Whether you have loved ones popping in and out for a coffee, or enjoy the occasional relaxing evening with friends, we all use our kitchens to socialise in our own way.
When renovating your home, the beauty of using a bespoke service such as David Lisle Kitchen Design means that you have the opportunity to create a kitchen that is truly one-of-a-kind. However, having such freedom may seem rather overwhelming for some. Hence, we have our top 5 design tips to help you get started in planning your own, unique kitchen.
The concept of veneered furniture can understandably cause some doubt in its quality and hardiness. It can give the impression that the furniture is badly made, or that the cabinetmaker has used a shortcut to produce the final design. However, the negativity surrounding the use of veneers is very much unwarranted; they are not only beneficial to the quality of the furniture, they are essential.
When it comes to building a new property, the obvious procedure may seem to go something like this: Firstly, the construction - plan the design of the build with an architect, and allocate spaces and rooms. Then, towards the end of completion, contact an interior designer or furniture manufacturer to decorate. However, we at David Lisle Kitchen Design, alongside many other interior designers, would argue that this is not necessarily the best approach.
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