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Beech worktops to add warmth to important kitchen?

14th Apr 2011 @ 11:58 AM

People looking to upgrade their kitchen could opt for beech worktops after the space was labelled as the most significant room in the house. Rosie Millard, writing in the Telegraph, noted that the last 50 years has seen a transformation in what individuals now expect to see in a kitchen. "It ha... more »

Oak worktops to create focal point in kitchen?

12th Apr 2011 @ 11:38 AM

Oak worktops can be used as a focal point of the kitchen area. For homeowners who are looking to add a bit of class and comfort to their abode, selecting a wooden worktop is one option available to them. These types of surfaces have a durability that others cannot offer, which means a family can exp... more »

Oak worktop to reinvent kitchens?

1st Apr 2011 @ 4:52 PM

An oak worktop could be used to give a kitchen a completely new look. For those who want to reinvent the space but cannot afford to remodel, replacing the doors and worktops can have the desired effect at a third of the price, an article in This is Nottingham said. The news provider observed getting... more »

Beech worktop to help improve kitchen look?

29th Mar 2011 @ 3:19 PM

Individuals who are not happy with their kitchen could opt for a beech worktop to alter the look of the room. Ramsin Khachi, design build contractor and kitchen specialist, said householders should spend a lot of time thinking about what they use the hub of the home for before redecorating, Your Hom... more »

Kitchen worktops could be part of renovating plans

21st Mar 2011 @ 11:55 AM

People who look to improve rather than move may focus on the kitchen and possibly an iroko worktop. This is because an article in the Sunday Express said the depressed home market means many individuals may decide to stay in their property. Some 81 per cent of UK residents think renovating or improv... more »

Iroko worktops to brighten up a kitchen?

16th Mar 2011 @ 2:02 PM

Those who are looking to redo their kitchen may want to brighten the room, which could then be teamed with some iroko worktops. Helen Green, author of the Terry's Fabrics interior design blog, noted strategically-placed mirrors can lighten the tone of the space. She added homeowners do not need ... more »

Oak worktops to work well with neutral shades?

15th Mar 2011 @ 4:30 PM

People may want to jazz up a neutral-themed kitchen with some oak worktops. For those who are worried about too many creams ruining a room, the Independent has some advice. Warm greys, soft, chalky whites and duck-egg blues can be used to add a bit of vibrancy to the hub of the home, it noted. "... more »

Beech worktop to aid square kitchen design?

7th Mar 2011 @ 4:43 PM

Those redesigning their kitchen need to consider sharp angles and crisp lines, one expert has claimed, which may make beech worktops more popular. Helen Green, author of the Terry's Fabrics interior design blog, noted a sleek look is very easy for people to create in their homes. "Our kitch... more »

Choosing paint for the kitchen 'requires time'

21st Feb 2011 @ 4:40 PM

Homeowners who want to find the perfect paint to go with their new oak worktop have been told to take their time and get the decision right. Linda Brigida, writing for Wicked Local Plymouth, told a reader that selecting a shade that will complement a beech worktop is not easy and as it can be a time... more »

Oak worktop may help personalise kitchen

18th Feb 2011 @ 4:28 PM

Changing the worktop of a kitchen is one way of adding a personal touch, one expert has claimed. Andrew Dunning, head designer of APD interiors, told City AM that colour is essential in new builds, so some may opt for an oak worktop to bring out the character in their kitchen. He noted the worktop h... more »

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