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Making the most of Storage Space

Maximising storage space is one of the most important factors we consider when designing your new kitchen. Whether you have a galley kitchen or large open plan room, plenty of storage for food, crockery, utensils and all important kitchen gadgets is essential.

If there’s room, a kitchen island adds so much more than an extra work surface. It can include a sink, hob, fridge, wine rack, as well as that essential cabinet space.

A built in pantry/larder provides an extra surface to prepare food. It can also provide additional shelving on the inside of the doors for storing, spices, condiments and anything else you need to hand.

Pull outs in corner units or deep cabinets provide ease of access and maximise those hard to reach depths of your kitchen cabinets. Our slideshow below shows you some of the options our customers enjoy in their own kitchens.

 

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Personalising your kitchen

We all have different tastes and although kitchen designs follow current trends, that doesn’t mean you can’t have a design that reflects your own needs and lifestyle. Adding personal touches to your kitchen can make all the difference, and that’s why it’s so important for us to learn your likes and dislikes at our first meeting, before we begin planning your new kitchen. Every kitchen we create for our customers, whether it’s a contemporary or classic space, is designed to reflect their personality and enhance daily life.

The layout of each kitchen is naturally influenced by the amount of space available. Islands are popular and can work as both storage areas and a place to eat. You can also build in extra sinks or a hob if desired.

More and more customers like to incorporate a seating area into their kitchens, so that when family and friends gather they can relax together while meals are prepared. At home entertaining has become increasingly popular, so we can incorporate bespoke drinks cabinets or a wine fridge into your dream kitchen.

Colour is also a great way to give your kitchen some personality. Whether you prefer bold colours on doors and walls or pastel tones, with smaller splashes of colour, it’s the perfect way to make your kitchen individual and a part of your home that you enjoy spending time in.

You’ll see lots of individual designs for our customers here on our website. Why not pop in to one of our showrooms to see our latest displays. You can also make an appointment with one of our designers for a free consultation to discuss ideas and begin planning your ideal kitchen.

Download our brochure now!

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Ex Display Kitchen reduced – SOLD

Ex Display Kitchen with Siemens gas hob reduced – Sorry this kitchen has been sold.

  • Doors – High Gloss Sand Beige
  • Handles – Rubbed Bronze Mulberry Bar Handles
  • Worktop – 20mm Cremeni Infiniti Stone & 20mm Grey Savoy Infiniti Stone (Planter)
  • Appliances – Siemens gas Hob & Oven
  • Sinks – Blanco Supra 400-U Sink & Blanco Supra 160-U Sink
  • Tap – Caple Navitis Tap

Additional units can be added, the price does not include installation.

The kitchen is on display in our Didsbury showroom.

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Hafele Studio Partner Awards

We are delighted to be shortlisted for the Hafele Studio Partner Awards in the category of Studio Partner of the Year.

Hafele’s spokesperson said, “This May, we are proud to host our 4 th annual Studio Partner Awards which will be a fantastic evening celebrating the many achievements of our Studio Partner network. This year has been a real step change in calibre and volume of nominations, and putting together a shortlist has been a challenge for our judging panels.”

With such a broad group to select from, we are proud to be shortlisted and look forward to the awards ceremony next month.

If you’d like to know more about Hafele products, contact one of our showrooms and we’ll be happy to help.

Read more about our nomination here.

 

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How to maximise storage space

Enough storage space is one of the most important factors to consider when designing your kitchen. It’s so easy to put everything ‘on the side’ and this can lead to your kitchen looking untidy. There’s also the question of where to store cookware and utensils, appliances and food.

Built-in Kitchen Units

When it comes to making the most of your kitchen’s space, the easiest solution is built-in kitchen units. This type of unit doesn’t impact on your floor space and can include kitchen units at floor level, corner units with magic corners for easy access, drawer bases and units on the walls. Pull-out larders suit contemporary kitchen designs, whilst built-in larders with drawers and spice racks lend themselves to traditional and classic kitchens.

Kitchen Islands

When space allows, a kitchen island can be a fantastic addition to your kitchen, providing extra storage space where you need it. Islands can also allow for informal dining at breakfast or a mid-week supper, without sitting at a dining table. They provide extra food preparation space and can incorporate sinks, hobs and even very handy wine coolers.

The beauty of a bespoke Earle & Ginger kitchen, is that there are no hard-and-fast rules and we will accommodate your personal taste to create a kitchen that suits your lifestyle.

Take a look at more examples of clever storage solutions we’ve used in our customers homes, or call in to your nearest Earle & Ginger showroom to see the latest available.

 

 

 

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Earle & Ginger Kitchens Awarded Best Of Houzz 2018

 

Over 40 Million Monthly Users Nominated Best Home Improvement and Design Professionals in the UK and Around the World

Winners of Houzz 2018 AwardsWe’re very proud to announce that we’ve won Best Of Design and Best of Customer Service from Houzz®, the leading platform for home renovation and design. We were chosen by the more than 40 million monthly users that comprise the Houzz community from among more than one million active home building, home improvement and design industry professionals.

Design award winners’ work was the most popular among the more than 40 million monthly users on Houzz. Customer Service honours are based on several factors, including the number and quality of client reviews a professional received in 2017.

“We’re so pleased to award Best of Houzz 2018 to this incredible group of talented and customer-focused professionals, including Earle & Ginger Kitchens,” said Marcus Hartwall, Managing Director of Houzz UK and Ireland. “Each of these businesses was singled out for recognition by our community of homeowners and design enthusiasts for helping to turn their home improvement dreams into reality.”

Check out our Houzz profile and to see more kitchen designs download our new 2018 brochure from our website.

One of our beautiful kitchens has also been featured in the Daily Mail online as one of the most popular photographs on Houzz.

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New Year, New Brochure

2018 Kitchen Design BrochureWe hope you all had a happy and peaceful Christmas break. We’re celebrating the New Year with a new kitchen design brochure.

It’s full of new photographs of kitchens that we designed and installed during the last 12 months, and we have to thank our lovely customers who allowed us to photograph their kitchens once they were completed.

We’re looking forward to another busy and successful year, and hope that if you are new to our website, you’ll download our brochure and allow us to discuss ideas for your new kitchen with you.

We have showrooms in Didsbury, Hale, Urmston and Stockton Heath. So choose your nearest store and pop in to see some of our new kitchen displays for 2018.

Meanwhile you can download our NEW brochure and browse through some of our recent work.

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Add some hygge to your home this winter

Everything has its placeHygge- pronounced Hue-gah is a Danish word, the closest translation to English is ‘cosy’ or ‘warmth and comfort’. As the ‘heart of the home’, the kitchen is the perfect room to create hygge.

This trend seeks to break the stressful impact of modern day life, bringing over some well needed relaxation time and turning a house into a home. Hygge could be a hot drink at home after a busy day at the office, or warm sheets straight from the tumble dryer.

To really achieve hygge, you are looking to inspire a cosy, sanctuary that brings feelings of comfort. It is important to create a nostalgic feel with plenty of space to display family photos and personal objects that make you happy.

Create a warm atmoshpereHere are some helpful ideas for beginning the journey to a hygge lifestyle, beginning in the kitchen:

Be clutter free. Hygge promotes reusing where possible, and keeping only things that make you feel positive; subtle storage keeps a kitchen hygge and tidy. Everything has it’s place.

Natural lighting, like candle flames or fireplaces, but light from windows or even dimmable electric lighting can be just as soothing.

Warmth: comfortable seating and the opportunity to lounge or entertain friends is vital to have that homely and affectionate atmosphere. Any opportunity to add a faux fur seat cover, or a few cushions is a bonus.

Personal touches, such as photographs and loved objects to decorate.

Typical hygge décor remains clean and subtle in tone, no harsh colours, although many choose to place colourful spring flowers around a room in winter. Keep kitchens from looking cold by adding different shades and muted tones.

Food and drink: usually warm… soup, hot chocolate, even cake- whatever brings that feeling, although home baked is always best!

We hope we’ve inspired you to embrace a ‘hygge life’.

Photos are of Earle & Ginger’s completed projects photographed in our customers homes.

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Become a Star Baker with Neff

With the return of the Great British Bake Off, the range of NEFF’s unique Slide&Hide® Ovens are visible to us each week on our TV screens. With space saving qualities and the promise of a great, even bake we think this range of ovens are one of the most innovative design ideas in years and will help to make you a star baker.

With the door safely stowed away, not only do you have more space in the kitchen, you can get closer to the oven. Basting, tasting and removing trays is much easier. As a proud 5* Neff Master Partner we can design your new kitchen around your choice Slide&Hide® Oven.

Ask in your nearest Earle & Ginger Kitchens showroom for more information about the range available.

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£140 cashback with Neff appliances*

From the 1st of September to the 30th of November 2017 you will be able to claim up to £140 cashback when you purchase selected NEFF cooker hoods along with 3 other NEFF products (excluding accessories and warming drawers).

Ask in your nearest Earle & Ginger Kitchens showroom for more details and take advantage of this great offer.

140 pounds cashback

*Terms and conditions apply

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