Designing a child-friendly kitchen

At Mayfair Kitchens, we have helped customers with children of all ages across the Wirral and surrounding areas to create their dream kitchen that perfectly suits their needs and lifestyles. It is a very common saying that the kitchen is the heart of the home, and is likely the most frequently used room in the house. After all, your kitchen is where you come together as a family to eat at the end of the day. It is also a room for conversation, entertaining, family parties, as well as other activities like washing the dog, or undertaking children’s homework.

In this digital age in which young children and teens are becoming more focused than ever on screened devices, family time together has never been more important. What you want from your kitchen will depend on your family lifestyle, how many children you have, and your daily routines. When you visit one of our showrooms in Wirral or Chester, it is important that you tell us about your needs as a family, so that we can design a kitchen that will work specially for your routine. We’ll also ask you about your children – how many you have, their interests and needs. This is so we can work to design a kitchen that accommodates everyone who uses it, ensuring that you have a practical and enjoyable living space that is welcoming to every family member.

Whether you have teenagers, toddlers or babies, having children is an important factor to consider when planning a bespoke kitchen. As a first port of call, you should consider ease of cleaning and organisation. When making a kitchen child-friendly, choose surface types that are easy to wipe and clean, without leaving fingerprint marks. Quartz for example is a material that is less porous than granite, and much easier to clean. Also consider durability, and how long you plan to have your kitchen for as your family grows. Your kitchen will need to last into the years to come and adapt to your family’s needs, especially if you plan on having more children into the future. Wooden worktops for example look better with age as they are used. We can help advise on the right materials for your kitchen, so you can get the most out of your budget and design.

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It is always advisable to work with the space you have and to consider practicality. Planning on having an island? We’ll check that you have the room to create one so that you still have plenty of worktop space to cook while the kids are doing their homework. If you have very young children, you’ll also need to consider safety, access to cupboards and their contents, and to ensure that you can cook and prepare food easily without hassle or risk to your little ones. If you have an island for example, consider electrics and where wires will go. You’ll need to make sure these are hidden properly to keep the whole family safe. We can advise you on the best ways to use your space safely.

Ultimately, a good child-friendly kitchen is one that is designed with the whole family in mind. Think of including some miniature furnishings, an island with two tiers and easier access for smaller children, or step stools that can be stored away so that your kids can get involved with the cooking and washing up whenever they want to. It is also worth having a special area in your pantry that is just for your children, that they can easily access safely should they want a healthy snack. Don’t be afraid to get creative with your design – a family blackboard keeps the kids entertained while you’re cooking, wall-mounted utensil and knife holders keep sharp objects out of reach, and an induction hob prevents burned fingers.

Bespoke vs. Made-to-measure Kitchens

Our team of designers at Mayfair Kitchen Studio offer decades of experience in designing beautiful bespoke kitchens that are exactly what our customers dream of. Our passion is creating kitchens that perfectly suit our customers’ lifestyles and the space in their home.

When customers from across Cheshire visit us at one of our showrooms, they often have an idea in mind of how they want their new kitchen to look, complete with colour schemes, ideas for materials and where they want things to be positioned. Our team of designers can work with you to maximise the potential for your living space. A question we often get asked by customers is what is the difference between bespoke and made to measure kitchens – aren’t they the same?

No two kitchens are ever the same, and a kitchen can cost anywhere from just a few thousand pounds to tens of thousands – it’s all a matter of choice and budget. When considering a new kitchen, it is always worth asking yourself whether you want a completely bespoke kitchen, or whether you want a standard range of kitchen units that are essentially ‘off the peg’. There are many positives to having a bespoke kitchen. There are unlimited colours and materials to choose from, as well as different ranges of cooking appliances, worktops, taps, handles, cupboard designs, lighting and more.

When you have a bespoke kitchen, it is completely made for you and only you. There is no second version – no other kitchen will be like yours. It is exclusive and individually crafted to your specific instructions and needs. Bespoke kitchens are made from raw, natural materials and are often handmade (like ours at Mayfair Kitchen Studio), using time-honed crafting techniques. Made to measure kitchens are much cheaper and are made as factory runs.

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Just as you have the option to have a bespoke suit made from an exclusive tailor, or to purchase a suit from a shop off the peg, this is exactly the same choice you have when deciding to have a new kitchen. A handmade bespoke suit takes much longer to produce, as measurements and fittings need to be undertaken to ensure that it fits absolutely perfectly. It’s the same with a bespoke kitchen – your kitchen is specifically made to the kitchen designer’s drawings and specifications. To create a bespoke kitchen from scratch can take 8 weeks or even longer, depending on how ambitious the design is, the materials used and the size of the space being occupied.

Unlike a made to measure kitchen, you can be as creative and bold with a bespoke kitchen as you dare to – nothing is impossible and your kitchen designer will do everything they can to meet your requirements and plans. Height, curves, straight lines, depth… everything is possible – it all depends on your imagination and creativity. Bespoke kitchens are made up of cabinets, while made to measure kitchens are comprised of units. Units that are mass produced, piled high and often sold rather cheaply. As a result, production costs are cheaper, too, meaning that made to measure kitchens won’t last as long or have the resilience to wear and tear that a bespoke kitchen will.

The type of kitchen you decide on will depend on the budget you allow for and whether or not you want that kitchen to last years into the future. The higher the budget you allow for, the more chance you have of being able to have the kitchen of your dreams, crafted to an exceptionally high standard in a studio such as ours.

How to work with darker tones in a kitchen

At Mayfair Kitchen Studios, we often see many customers across the Cheshire area who want to create a luxury bespoke kitchen with the latest on-trend colours in mind. Our aim is to make your dream kitchen come to life, whatever the colour or design. We’ll make sure that your kitchen is beautifully designed perfectly to suit your needs and lifestyle. We’ve seen an increase in customers asking for darker tones and more contemporary unit design in their kitchen, especially as the minimalistic industrial trend continues to rise in popularity.

It is often assumed that dark colours instantly overpower a room and are a quite risky look to choose for your kitchen. From our experience however, dark tones work really well when paired with lighter tones, or mixed together to create a double-dark design. Using dark hues in this way can look very dramatic and modern.

In order to make dark tones work, it’s often recommended to throw in a little white here and there to ensure illumination. This is especially important in smaller spaces, which can look even smaller if too much dark colour is used. Incorporate a section of slim white cabinets, a white feature wall, some LED lighting and white worktops, a white island, or soften the space with white marble counter-tops and a splashback. The gentle marble veins on the worktops will balance out the darker hues you have used elsewhere in the room.

Another tip for a dark kitchen is to place more focus on an island or peninsula (if you have room for one). Generally speaking, we’d advise that you use darker colours for larger spaces. If you are worried about taking that leap into the unknown and turning your entire kitchen dark, why not try the look in one small area. One idea is to try a dark kitchen island, balancing this with lighter colours and wooden surfaces in the rest of the kitchen. Plus, the darker island will create a nice focal point for the room, helping it to stand out. Don’t be afraid to get creative and mix up your materials. Combine dark black and charcoal tones with ceramic, wood and marble surfaces to simplify a space, making it look more modern, minimalistic and uncluttered. This look works especially well in kitchens with an open-plan design.

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If you’re after a more bold design, why not pair deep-coloured worktops with dark units? Gold and copper accessories, handles and taps add to a very striking and luxurious look. You’ll need to be careful with this more experimental design though, because if you do not have enough natural light, the style may become too oppressive. Our expert kitchen designers can offer advice on this if you are unsure.

The benefits of a darker kitchen

There are many benefits to incorporating bolder, darker hues and black to a kitchen. Many of our customers visiting our showrooms in Chester or Wirral are wowed by how many alternative looks there are on offer when you start experimenting with darker colours. Some of the positives of a darker kitchen include:

  • Making a space contemporary and cosy. This especially works if you want to create a kitchen with a more intimate feel.
  • Lighting can create a warm glow over darker surfaces (as the light doesn’t reflect as much as it would with white and lighter surfaces).
  • Cabinets and worktops in darker colours generally don’t show signs of wear and tear as much as those in lighter shades. Food for thought if you have young children and want surfaces that are a little more forgiving of those scratches and knocks.
  • Black and darker tones work well with bright colours, making them a great way to showcase bolder hues.
  • A black kitchen can look very sleek and luxurious, and can also be a great way to make your kitchen look centralised and grounded in an open space.

Caring for your new kitchen

From the moment you first visit one of our Mayfair Kitchen Studio showrooms in Chester or Wirral with an idea for your dream kitchen design, to when you have had your kitchen installed and have prepared your first meal in it – we are with you at each and every stage of the planning process. We want your kitchen to last into the years to come, which is why our team of planners, designers and fitters only use the finest and most exceptional materials, and time-honed craftsmanship. The materials used in your new kitchen should last a lifetime as they are highly robust and durable, but they will always be in tip-top condition if they are properly taken care of. It is important that you give your new kitchen some TLC, so that you can make the most of it and future-proof it for the many years to come.

We always recommend that you fit your kitchen in a heated room with plenty of ventilation. Wooden cabinets and materials can experience some movement as they acclimatise to their new environment. This is perfectly normal. You may notice hairline cracks in wood – this is natural movement that happens because the wood is settling. You should allow a few weeks for the wood to properly settle. The settling process will not harm the integrity of the wood. Depending on the humidity of your kitchen, the wood will naturally expand and contract. This is why it is important to have the room (where your kitchen will be installed) properly dry and free from any excess moisture from fresh paint or plaster, etc. Try to keep excess humidity in the kitchen to a minimum. For instance, when you have finished your dishwasher cycle, don’t empty the dishwasher straight away. Instead, wait for the dishwasher to cool down before emptying. This will prevent lots of hot air and steam from being absorbed by the surrounding cabinets.

Always ensure that your kitchen fittings are not exposed to any extreme temperatures. We recommend keeping the temperature of your room between 18-20ºc where you can. If you have under-floor heating, this shouldn’t be installed beneath wooden cabinets, as this will dry out the wood and cause potential damage to the integrity of the wood. You should always consult with your underfloor heating installer on how to run your heating system correctly (if applicable), and to keep your wooden kitchen fittings in prime condition.

By taking the above careful steps, you will maintain the life of your kitchen, so that it stays in premium condition long into the future.

A Brief History of the Shaker Kitchen

Shaker kitchens are incredibly popular thanks to their versatility. They look great in any home – from a sleek modern apartment, to a traditional country house. So, what is a Shaker kitchen and how did it get its name?

In the mid-17th century, a religious sect known as the Quakers were well known for their enthusiastic style of worship and prayer, often trembling or ‘shaking’ at their Lord’s word. Because of this, they become colloquially known as ‘Shakers’. Shakers believed that overly ornate design in furniture was ‘deceitful’ and too showy. They liked minimalist, simple and clean lines to reflect their perceived purity and life of simple pleasures. Above all, furniture had to be practical and highlight their simple lifestyles and devout faith. Shakers believed that kitchens should be clean places full of light, where dirt and shadows couldn’t be allowed to fall. The Shaker kitchen came into being, and was popular in the period.

Shaker kitchens were completely bespoke and designed to suit the owner’s lifestyle. They had a reputation for high quality, durability and resilience. Shakers believed that carpentry and the act of making furniture was an act of devotion and prayer, therefore great care and skill was exercised in the creation of a Shaker kitchen, so that it could be made to high standards of perfection. As time progressed into the 18th century, electricity was available in some homes, so people with kitchens often opted for lighter and bolder colours rather than dark colours to make the most of the light. It was not uncommon to see Shaker kitchens of the period in light colours like white, yellow or pale blue.

In the present day, our customers like to add a twist on the traditional Shaker theme by combining understated elegance with small quirks like using a variety of different materials, combining various colour tones, or by mixing different door handles. Shaker kitchens continue to be so popular as they are truly timeless in design, and are ideal for those who want longevity out of their kitchen design as trends evolve and change.

At Mayfair Kitchen Studio we have over 30 years of experience in crafting beautiful handmade Shaker kitchens that are durable, high quality and that meet the demands of modern lifestyles. Shaker kitchens have evolved, with more personality and character than the days of the 17th-century Quakers. Our Shaker kitchens have plenty of luxury thrown into their designs – from a beautiful range cooker surrounded by a mantlepiece, to canopy cooker hoods, handle-less cupboards, built-in fish tanks, innovative storage solutions and beyond. The simplicity of the Shaker kitchen has always kept its appeal, but storage is much more a case of integrated innovation rather than cupboards and containers nailed to a wall (as they were back in the old days).
We believe that an exceptional Shaker kitchen makes the most of the space available, with as much work space on offer as possible. Let our designers and fitters discuss your dream Shaker kitchen with you and help you bring your vision to life.

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How to declutter your kitchen

The kitchen is the heart of every home. It’s not just a space for eating – it’s a place for parties, socialising, and all the everyday activities life throws at you – like washing the dog and doing homework with the kids. At Mayfair Kitchen Studio, we have helped many customers in the Cheshire and Wirral areas to create their dream kitchen with their lifestyles and living requirements in mind. A well-designed kitchen is one thing, but how do you keep your kitchen free from clutter? Whether you’re considering a clear-out before a kitchen re-design or want to make more space in the one you currently have, here’s how to keep your kitchen mess and clutter-free so that it remains a calm and inviting space in your home.

Be realistic with time and space

Decluttering a kitchen takes time and is likely to take more than just a day or afternoon. Don’t set yourself an overly ambitious target and try to clear everything in one go. Devote half an hour a day to sorting through items – this will keep your motivation levels high. If you try to do everything in one go, you’re more likely to tire and become bored with the task, which will greatly affect your ability to properly organise items. Before you start organising, make sure you are properly prepared, with labelled boxes and bags. Have a bag for items to donate to other people and organisations, one for recycling and one for general waste disposal.

Don’t begin your clear-out by randomly searching through cupboards and drawers. Work from one side of the kitchen to the other, going through each drawer, cabinet and item in turn. Ask yourself if that item belongs in the kitchen, or whether it could be thrown out, stored elsewhere, or donated. Do not start on the next section until you have finished the last one you were working on.

Ask yourself questions as you declutter

As you sort through your kitchen, ask yourself a series of questions, including:

Have I recently used this?

Bear in mind that we all have appliances that we’d like to use more often, but if you’re harbouring appliances you have never used, or that you have perhaps only used once, these are taking up valuable space. Donate them to someone who will have the time to use them more often, and free up some room in the here and now.

Do I have more than one of those?

It is very common for us to collect ‘extras’ of particular items, i.e. more than one wooden spoon, bowl, container or utensil. Consider how many you actually have, and how many of them you use. If you have lots of wooden spoons and don’t use them, keep one and recycle or donate the rest.

Would I purchase this now?

Our kitchens are filled with appliances and utensils that we have purchased on a whim many years ago. Such appliances over time get pushed to the back of a dusty cupboard, never to see the light of day again. Keep in mind that over time, our cooking styles and requirements change. If you notice an appliance that you probably wouldn’t purchase now in the present time, donate, sell or recycle it. Selling such items is a good option, especially if you have only used them a couple of times and they are in good condition. You could get some extra cash for them.

Remove items that shouldn’t typically be there

Every kitchen harbours items that shouldn’t really be there. Clear out drawers of children’s toys, books, magazines, rubber bands, glue, DIY tools and anything else that doesn’t belong there. Kitchen worktops are a popular dumping ground for items that house members cannot be bothered to put away in other parts of the house. If this sounds applicable to your home on a frequent basis, delegate a ‘misc items basket’ to store such items in that can be sorted out on a regular basis. Not only will this keep your worktops clutter-free, but it will look smarter and more organised, too.

Organise your storage solutions

Give your cupboards a deep clean and closely review the number of cleaning products you have within them. Throw out any cleaning products that you do not use on a regular basis, making sure that you recycle packaging as much as possible. Also take a careful look under the sink – this is usually where disused products and bottles end up. Use hooks and pins to hang items on the inside of cupboard doors (or other doors/walls) to create more space and hang things such as utensils, aprons and coats. If your cupboards contain lots of extra plates, cups, bowls and wine glasses for when you are entertaining, slim these down to what you use on a daily basis. Put any spares up in the loft for when you need them occasionally.

Don’t let the clutter mount up again

Make a kitchen cleaning rota/plan and get all family members to stick to it. Daily maintenance is the only way that your kitchen will stay organised once you have decluttered. Keep storage baskets on shelves where you can neatly store recipes, bills and other items like pens. If your kids do their homework in the kitchen, set up a dedicated space and make sure that homework items are neatly stored in a basket or drawer. If items start to crowd worktops, take action as soon as you notice them to keep your kitchen tidy, organised and a calming space that you enjoy using.

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Luxury bespoke kitchen fitters in Wirral

Mayfair Kitchen Studios’ fitters are among the most in-demand in the business, with decades of experience and the highest levels of craftsmanship. If you’re looking for completely bespoke, high specification luxury kitchens in the Wirral area, we have over 30 years of experience, and can ensure that every fitting in your kitchen is to the highest standard.

We understand that you need a kitchen that can keep up with the demands of a busy 21st century lifestyle, whilst being the perfect place to prepare food, relax and enjoy a meal or entertain. Our design and storage solutions are tailor-made to fit the space in your home. Our team of carpenters and fitters can help you to make the most of your living space through innovative techniques.

Some members of our fitting team in Wirral have been with our company for more than 20 years. We have a great passion for what we do, which is reflected in the high levels of detail that you see in our kitchens. In 1988, our longest-serving fitter won a national award for quality of fitting. All of our fitters receive in-house training, and we teach time-honed crafting techniques that have survived for generations. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail, and guarantee the highest levels of craftsmanship in joinery and overall installation.

With our luxury bespoke kitchen fitters, you can create your dream kitchen that truly makes the most of the space available in your home. Our dedicated kitchen planners can advise on storage, utility areas, wall panels, appliance location, lighting, cupboard space, walk-in pantries and more.

We always use the highest quality materials when making our kitchens, using premium hardwoods and natural stone from a range of reputable distributors. We will talk through each stage of the process with you, to ensure that your kitchen reflects your unique style and the décor of your home’s interior. Customise your kitchen with high specification appliances that deliver on quality and performance. Talk to us today about our range of accent woods and wood stains, hardware and worktops in a range of materials and colours. Our installations are carried out with minimal fuss and hassle, with little impact on your everyday life. We provide professional and efficient solutions to any problems we may encounter along the way.

Our fitters at Mayfair Kitchen Studios are among the best in the business. Come and visit us at our showroom in Wirral. We can provide you with expert knowledge of the kitchen design process, helping you to see what is possible in your home. We always ensure that our customers are satisfied with each stage of the building process – right down to the finest details. Talk to our team today and we can arrange a viewing of your current kitchen and advise on your new customised design.

7 Questions you Should Ask Yourself Before Having a Bespoke Kitchen Design

A truly bespoke luxury kitchen should be built entirely around your needs, home and lifestyle. At Mayfair Kitchen Studios, our professional team of planners and fitters have decades of experience in helping and advising customers on how they can design a kitchen they are truly proud of, and which exceeds all of their expectations. With so many options and details to choose from however, it can be useful to do a little planning beforehand, so that you know exactly how you want your kitchen space to be improved and enhanced. Here’s what you should be asking yourself before commencing a kitchen re-design.

How do I use my kitchen?

A great place to start is to think about how you and your family use the kitchen space you currently have. Do you entertain family and friends? Do you need a lot of storage space? Do you like to cook? What appliances do you currently have (and are there any extra ones you’d like to include?). Knowing the answers to these questions will greatly help your kitchen planner to get a feel for how you utilise the space, so that they can tailor your kitchen exactly to your needs.

How much space is there in my home?

You will need to think about the amount of space available in your current kitchen and whether you want to use this existing space, expand this space to create a bigger kitchen, or remove walls/create an open plan living or dining area, etc. If you’re unsure at this stage, that’s no problem – our team of fitters at Mayfair Kitchen Studios can advise on what is possible and talk you through your options.

What is my cooking style?

The obvious and main purpose of any kitchen is to cook and enjoy delicious food. Consider whether you are a keen cook. Do you require smart appliances, extra counter space, an island, or a larder for extensive amounts of ingredients? Or are you someone looking for appliances that will help you to prepare a quick and easy meal without too much hassle? Do you require an extra large fridge for your large or growing family? Or perhaps a breakfast bar to eat a quick bite before heading to work?

What products and food do you store in your kitchen?

Consider whether you need lots of storage options because of how you buy and store food. Do you shop for groceries in bulk every month? Or do you shop every week? Do you require extra storage under worktops for tins and boxed foods such as cereals, an integrated spice rack, larder or large freezer? Do you need storage facilities for wine and drinks? Think about your lifestyle and the different cuisines you like to eat. The last thing you want is to end up with a lack of storage for your everyday essentials.

Which types of appliance do I require?

Think carefully about where you’d like your appliances to be positioned when designing your new kitchen – especially larger ones. Do you require a gas, induction or electric hob? Where do you want your fridge positioned? How big do you need your fridge to be? Would you like a range cooker? Think about space around the appliances too – is it easy to move from one to another, i.e. from the fridge to your workspace? Your kitchen planner can help with this if you are unsure of where to position your appliances.

What style do I want my new bespoke kitchen to take?

Everyone has different tastes, so think about what style you’d like your new kitchen to be in. Do you want a traditional-style kitchen (this looks great in a country-feel home), or something futuristic? If you have a Georgian or Victorian-style home, have you considered a classic shaker kitchen? Is your preference more contemporary or minimalist? Perhaps you’d benefit from a high-tech kitchen with clean lines and handle-less doors? Do you like bold patterns or bold colours? You can always mix and match aspects of different kitchens depending on your personality and style preferences, which is something your kitchen planner can assist with. Consider the colours you’d like for your cupboards, materials for your worktops, and the type of flooring you’re going to have. When it comes to designing a kitchen, there are endless options to choose from – from finishes to handle types, wood types, worktop materials and tiles. If you’re after something particularly unconventional, speak to your fitter about making it from scratch to give your kitchen a more unique twist.

What types of lighting do I want for my new bespoke kitchen?

People often forget about lighting when thinking about their kitchen design. Lighting is a very important aspect – from artificial lights, to natural daylight. In terms of natural light, think about where your windows are positioned in your home, and how the light changes in your kitchen throughout the day. Natural light will affect the best place to position larger and taller items and cabinets. You should also think about artificial lighting and whether you’d like LED light strips, spot lighting in the ceiling, pendants above a kitchen island or breakfast bar, or a feature light that becomes a focal point. The less natural light you have in your kitchen, the more you may need to rely on artificial lighting during the day.

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Bespoke Kitchens in Wirral

Are you dreaming of a new kitchen that is completely bespoke and built with your requirements in mind? At Mayfair Kitchen Studios we have helped many customers in the Wirral and Cheshire areas design and realise their ideal kitchens. Our fitters are among the most in-demand and highly-skilled in the kitchen-making business, boasting over 30 years of carpentry experience and craftsmanship to ensure that your kitchen performs to the highest standards and can last through the years.

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We always keep ahead of the latest design trends and kitchen innovations, using current advances in modern design technologies to create a kitchen that helps you make the most of the space you have on offer, while providing innovative storage solutions that fit in with your lifestyle. We lovingly create all of our bespoke kitchens in our workshop in Wirral. Our team of carpenters and fitters has been with us for over 20 years, making them experts in their craft thanks to their passion for what they do. We train all of our staff in-house to ensure time-honoured methods are passed down for generations to come, and to ensure meticulous levels of detail are maintained to the highest standard.

We can help you envision and create your dream kitchen – whether you’re after a small shaker kitchen, a large contemporary space for food prep and dining, or a traditional farmhouse-style with a moveable island and walk-in pantry. We use the finest in supreme quality materials, using the best hardwoods and a range of natural stones to create your dream bespoke kitchen counter tops, units and cupboards. Choose from a range of beautiful decorative options to personalise your kitchen, including a selection of handles, wood stains, accent wood panels, lighting, plumbing and appliances from luxury brands to put your own personal style at the forefront of your kitchen’s design.

All of our fitters are experts in their craft and deliver first-class service at every stage of the installation process. We like to make sure that all of our customers are happy with every stage of their kitchen’s installation process, so feel free to tell us if you’d ever like to change something in the design. We are efficient and organised when carrying out the installation process, with an aim to have a minimal impact on your day-to-day life.

Why not visit us for a conversation about your dream bespoke kitchen? We have workshops in Wirral and Cheshire – come and see our vast range of kitchens and speak to us about what you have in mind for a design. Our expert kitchen designers will be happy to help you realise your vision.