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Be Inspired by these Cultured Kitchens

PUBLISHED: 10:06 30 June 2015 | UPDATED: 10:06 30 June 2015

Limehouse from Neptune

Limehouse from Neptune

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The kitchen is considered the heart of the home and whatever your budget, you can find a way to create your dream design. Sarah Hammill meets three local experts who can help create the space you’re hoping for

Style: State-of-the-art Surfaces

Hutton Kitchens is renowned for being on trend with a variety of kitchen designs, including handle-less and in-frame kitchens. Building an excellent rapport with customers, coordinating every design to requirement and with only the highest levels of satisfaction, Hutton Kitchens’ showcases the latest technology, including hard-wearing surfaces. Dekton worktops are a revolutionary product with unique characteristics. With a choice of thickness between 8mm to 20mm, its performance includes high resistance to scratches, abrasions and heat, while the durable surface allows greater possibilities when designing a kitchen. A strenuous technological process creates zero porosity and the surface is created to lack the defects that have a tendency to weaken surfaces over time.

Managing director at Hutton Kitchens, Ed Scott, says: ‘We believe in keeping up to date with the strongest trend in kitchen design. With attention to the latest colours and styles, it is vital to pay attention and look after the most important room of the home.’

For further information, contact Hutton Kitchens on 01277 633301 or visit www.huttonkitchens.co.uk

Desirable Designs

The Neptune team has a true passion for great design, and that is why they maintain that their kitchens will last a lifetime, only improving with age. The latest addition to Neptune’s vast range of designs, the Limehouse, uses modern aesthetics, while being experimental and creative with a functional, yet strong, structure. Perfect for a contemporary or period home, a Limehouse kitchen combines a neutral, hand-painted finish in Neptune’s Lily with industrial aluminium and chalked oak flooring. This innovative combination works in harmony, blending organic materials and modern technology to create an original, stunning design.

Neptune managing director, John Sims-Hilditch, says: ‘Limehouse embraces beauty through simplicity and function and celebrates home-grown talent old and new. It is our most streamlined and simple design to date, yet the most complex. So complex in fact, that we have 15 new patents pending and more than 100 design registrations to boot!’

For further information, contact Neptune Colchester on 01206 212650 or Neptune Bury St Edmunds on 01284 731025. You can also visit www.neptune.com

Idyllic Islands

With more than 25 years of experience, Orwells Furniture like to push creative boundaries with designs and create a truly bespoke piece for every customer. The function of the kitchen island can be used for social and dining gatherings, but can also go beyond the kitchen and be used as a casual seating area or a place to serve drinks and canapés at a party. With high quality quartz, granite, marble and many more surfaces to choose from, there are islands to suit every kitchen interior.

The Orwells design team commented: ‘An island can be a fantastic addition to a kitchen design, offering valuable additional preparation space and improving ergonomics. Orienting the cook away from the wall, where the main sink and hob may be positioned, encourages more interaction with friends and family.’

For further information, contact Orwells Furniture on 01473 680091 or visit www.orwellsfurniture.co.uk

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