The question of how to maintain an efficient system for kitchen waste, without detracting from the overall aesthetics of the space, can be a tricky one. A bespoke bin unit could be the answer for your design. Creating a convenient divided layout allows recyclables, compost and general waste to be easily separated and stored in an unobtrusive, simple way. Having the unit door fixed directly to the pull-out mechanism allows for disposal of waste in one easy movement, reducing the likelihood of spills and mess. Fitting out the unit in wood makes the utility much more attractive, whilst the use of plastic internal compartments keeps nasties securely inside.
Monday, 30 May 2011
Thursday, 19 May 2011
AGA have launched a new more efficient cooker and they are very excited about it. As we are getting more and more into the AGA set this may be of interest to our customers. The oil fired AGAs seem to have lost their vogue due to running costs and the like so maybe this is a good solution.
Monday, 16 May 2011
Another interesting feature for your consideration. This practical shelf idea provides an extra space for cooking essentials. Used in a false chimney feature, the granite shelf can run along the back of the alcove. Do bear in mind that some worktop materials may not be suitable for this design due to the proximity to the heat source.
Friday, 6 May 2011
This fusion larder/dresser was recently featured in a Beautiful Kitchens article. Made in maple, this unit offers a lot of versatility in the storage it offers. Varying drawer depths and shelf heights provide neat spaces for tall containers as well as dinky jars, with door racks helping to store spices and oils securely away from dry foods. The depth of the unit has also allowed for a bespoke wine rack as a centrepiece.
Company founder Tim Higham is a big fan of this style of storage;
‘Larders are my favourite storage solution. They can be so versatile, providing a bespoke space to hold all your dried foods or kitchen gadgets’