Induction hobs: how they work and why they’re so popular

Traditional Country Kitchen with induction hob and large traditional island

Induction hobs: they’re a beloved addition to plenty of our kitchen designs. It’s no secret that we love them for their simplicity, speed and safety, but today we’re looking at induction hobs in closer detail. How does an induction hob work? Peculiar as it may sound, induction hobs don’t actually produce any heat by themselves. […]

3 plywood kitchens to capture your imagination

Plywood kitchens are a Pinterest dream, the clean aesthetic and beautiful grain shining through. Quirky and contemporary, it’s a surefire way to make it unique to your home. Not only is plywood aesthecially stunning, but it is also one of the strongest materials to be used in kitchens. More often than not, the carcass for […]

2 types of beading to consider for your Shaker Kitchen

BEADING ON TRADITIONAL KITCHEN CABINETS

When it comes to quality kitchen design, the devil is in the detail. Luckily, our experienced team of professional kitchen designers know the ins and outs of what makes exquisite cabinetry. Over the past few years, we’ve noticed a boom in popularity of two particular types of beading. It might be related to a kickback […]

How to recycle your old kitchen (and tackle ‘single-use culture’)

Future of sustainable Materials - Megan Stuart - 'It Has Bean' Cup - Recycled coffee grounds Holder

Please note, we cannot recycle kitchens through Sustainable Kitchens.   Sustainability isn’t just about materials; it’s about processes, too. We’ve always found that donating produces a win:win scenario (we donate our substantial offcuts to the Scrapstore charity, which you can read about here). When you’re considering recycling your old kitchen, take a look at Freecycle […]