5 ways to maximise your kitchen space

Mar
12
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Do you have a lot of kitchen ‘stuff’? Is your kitchen a little on the bijoux side? Making optimal use of your kitchen space is not just good interior design practice, it’s plain common sense. Nobody likes clutter – so here are 5 tips to show you how to maximise storage. 1. Cupboard Space It may sound obvious but are you using ALL your cupboard…
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Hate your kitchen space? Don’t suffer in silence!

Jan
21
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You may have just moved into a new house or flat or you may have been living with it for years. When it comes to renovating many of us are loathe to change anything about our homes, even if it means making things easier for us. For your kitchen space, it is important to be comfortable in the room as you will be spending a…
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Cleaning a Ceramic Hob

Jul
08
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From time to time we tend to spill things on our countertops, in our fridges, on our hobs. Often with the former two they are cleaned up immediately but more often than not when something spills on the hob it is too hot to handle straight away and then it is often forgotten once the hob has cooled down and the meal has been eaten.…
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Advice When Baking

May
29
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Baking your own cookies and muffins can be a great way to pass the time, to create memories and even to provide gifts for a variety of events. However, baking can be a messy business particularly if you’re short on space and time, so we’ve compiled a few good tips to help minimize your cleaning efforts. Greaseproof Paper Lining baking trays with greaseproof paper is…
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Helpful Hints and Tips for Cooking

May
27
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Like any good chef, chances are that you have a folder full or a shoebox full of newspaper and magazine clippings with invaluable hints, tips and recipes on which herbs and spices really make the meal, how to perfectly poach your eggs, or how to make the best soufflé. Snippets of wisdom like these are the reason we turn to our grandmothers for advice on…
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Helpful Tips for Small Kitchens

May
22
Author: PriceK
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As a first time buyer you might not be able to afford that gorgeous four bedroom mansion in the countryside, but no matter how small your new flat or house is, you’ll need some good kitchen space to be able to cook your meals. Kitchen space is crucial and frequently with new build flats you’ll see long thin kitchens with every inch of space covered…
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Using Your Kitchen Space Part 2

May
20
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Following on from our tips last week, at Price Kitchens we are back to help you with more hints and tips on how to keep your kitchen space clear and tidy and ready for anything! Whether you need top of the range appliances or a full new kitchen design, Price Kitchens can help. Chopping Boards Have you ever needed a chopping board that is just…
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Dining Etiquette Around The World

May
15
Author: PriceK
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Whether you are a fan of foreign cuisine or you are a regular holidaymaker in different countries across the globe, every culture has a specific set of culinary rules when it comes to sitting down and eating a meal. If you’re worried about being frowned upon by your foreign friends, or you just want to learn a little about how other cultures eat their meals,…
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Using Your Kitchen Space

May
13
Author: PriceK
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The kitchen can become a messy war zone of pots, pans, diced vegetables, flours, sauces and everything else under the sun. Although you try desperately to keep everything organised and tidy, chances are that unless you have a hugely spaced kitchen, you will end up making a mess almost every time you try to cook something. At Price Kitchens with beautiful bespoke kitchens designed specifically…
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