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How to create the ultimate entertainers kitchen

We all know the saying - the kitchen is the heart of the home - and that is more true than ever now as home owners are adding extensions and creating open plan living spaces. So, we've put together a couple of ideas to help you get the party started right.

Kitchen Islands

The kitchen island is incredibly versatile and great space to entertain the family and guests. By adding a kitchen island, not only do you create more worktop space, but additionally more storage and functionality. Why not place the sink or hob on the kitchen island to ensure the cook is always included in the action or create a breakfast bar or low-level seating off the worktop and ditch the dining room table.

But what if my kitchen isn't big enough for kitchen island? We've got you covered with plenty more options to explore.

Larder Cupboards

Need space for another cook in the kitchen or need some extra space to serve up those cocktails? With a customisable larder unit with pocket doors you can create the ultimate drinks cabinet or work station out of the bustle of the party. Why not include a coffee maker or espresso machine surrounded by your favourite glassware. Your new kitchen will definitely be the life and soul of the party.

Clever Storage

Ever great host knowns that feeling when guest are on their way and they need to de-clutter before they arrive. Why add extra cupboards or make use of those hidden corner cupboards to quickly de-clutter.

Peninsula/Bar Stools

Add a peninsula can open out the space of kitchen and create fabulous seating overlooking the action in the kitchen.


Think under cabinet lighting - or how about under plinths lighting - or lighting above and over the your tall and wall units? Lighting is a great way to change the look, feel and mood of any space. What about adding a sound system or TV to incorporate into the living area?

Contact us today to find out how we can help you create your dream kitchen.

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