Its many stylish patterns and colours make it the most versatile and popular of all decorative stones. Characterised by great stiffness and density, its wonderful patterns have been created by minerals melting into its once liquid mass. Granite is one of the most common examples of igneous rock, providing and extremely hard but uniquely attractive work surface.
Visiting a customers loverly Victorian home yesterday we came across this beautiful AGA installed just last week. We are currently planning the new kitchen around the install and look forward to presenting this (you can read about the brief in more detail below). In a recent Survey by LivingUp the question ‘Imagine you were looking for a dream house to buy and money and space were no object. Would each of the following special features make a property more desirable […]
Bamburgh holds all the elements of a traditional kitchen, with the fine beading on the frame around the kitchen door it does make the kitchen stand out. Paired with Farrow and Balls Ball Green (N0.75) and All White (N0.2005) paint, brings this classic fitted kitchen into the 21st century. This mixture of Silestone and Solid Wood really make the island feel part of the room creating both a social area and more formal eating area. Over 132 Colour choices This […]