25 Nov Kitchen wishlist for Christmas
Many of our customers are planning new kitchens for the new year. One of the best parts about designing a new kitchen, is deciding what you want to change from your old kitchen and what to incorporate in the new one! The flurry of new kitchens for 2020 has us thinking what would our own kitchen wishlist look like…
Honestly what is not to love about a sunken wine cooler in your new kitchen island? This is a single bottle wine cooler that is integrated into your worktop. You don’t need ice or water, it creates a jacket of cold air, keeping that bottle perfectly dry and chilled.
We are big fans of this kitchen gadget. It is easy use, energy efficient and hand built here in the UK.
See it in situ in the pic above, and more from this fabulous country kitchen.
1810 Company Accessory Trough
A trough is simply a slimline sink, but so much more stylish than it sounds! These look fabulous built into your kitchen island. They are elegant, handy, come in a great range of colours, and best of all? They look even more fabulous brimming with ice and bottles of bubbly the next time you entertain!
To make this a really practical element, you can purchase a range of accessories. Accessories include a slim glass drainer, colander, chopping boards with stand, and dish rack. This is going on our list in the satin finish copper with the set of chopping boards.
To get inspired by the options, check out their Instagram page!
We’re long time fans of the Quooker range but we’ve recently had the new Quooker CUBE installed in the showroom. It is a gamechanger. In addition to your cold, hot and boiling, we can now dispense sparkling and chilled water from the Quooker tap.
This is brilliant for lots of reasons, but the most noticeable is the reduction in plastic water bottles we’ve gone through!
As you’d expect with Quooker, the tap is stylish, safe to use and just a wonderful addition to a busy kitchen.
Who doesn’t love the gorgeous shaker style pantry units for their kitchen anyway? One customer has taken the pantry up a notch and turned theirs into the ultimate party station. If you like entertaining, or just having all your favourite tipples on hand and displayed beautifully – you’ll love the gin pantry in this kitchen!
This particular unit was designed to be slim in depth for a narrow kitchen so if you don’t have a huge spacious, kitchen, don’t assume you have to compromise on what you want!
The list could go on but if we had to whittle it down, these would be our top four for a new kitchen in 2020. What are yours?
Ready to put your kitchen wishlist together? make an appointment in the showroom by calling 01342 313133 or dropping us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org