Bring a sense of calm and relaxation to your kitchen with these 8 design ideas. From materials to lighting to layout, here’s everything you need to know.
Bespoke interiors are crafted exactly to your specifications. Here are all of the reasons why a tailor-made interior design beats off-the-shelf solutions.
If you are renovating a period property, it is important to think about how far you want to take the process.
When imagining our perfect kitchen, we see a stunning space that serves as both a natural family social hub and a practical cooking environment. It goes without saying that we also imagine it to be beautifully clean, with the worktops free of any clutter, dirty dishes or small appliances.
Taking a project from the design board to the workshop is always an exciting part of our process.
In our last post we talked about the ergonomics of curved furniture and how it has the potential to affect the atmosphere of a kitchen.
When designing a kitchen, ergonomic concepts must be considered to ensure that the space is efficient and user-friendly. Most importantly, the designer should implement how the client will move through and interact with the space in their design.
What is less considered, but just as essential, is how you step into your kitchen. How people move and interact throughout the space is a crucial concept that we call “kitchen traffic”. If plotted incorrectly, kitchen traffic can become a real pain and can make it difficult to use your kitchen to its highest ability.
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.
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