Looking to create a farmhouse-style kitchen? At Panararmer – and with our bespoke fitted kitchen design in Cumbria – you have everything you could possibly need to create the space you’ve always dreamed of. Continue reading
There never feels like there’s enough space in the kitchen. With everything from pots and pans, bowls, cutlery, and not to mention endless cans and jars of food, there’s a lot to keep organised. For people with limited kitchen space, making sure you have a great organisational structure in your kitchen is crucial, so you have plenty of clear space for cooking.
Small kitchens can be a nightmare for storage. There is so much you need to keep in the kitchen, from food to crockery, cutlery and appliances. When you’re short on space, it can make preparing meals more challenging. If you have a small kitchen that can’t be extended, some space saving ideas can help you optimise your storage and create more space.
With the UK in the midst of a second lockdown, you might be thinking about some of the home improvements you can be doing right now. DIY and home improvements skyrocketed during the first lockdown back in March, with research suggesting that households were spending an average of £4,000 on home improvements during lockdown.
If you’re looking for the most up-to-date designs and ideas for your kitchen, then you have come to the right place. We are experienced designers of kitchens in Cumbria, therefore we are well placed to offer you cutting-edge large kitchen ideas.
In this article, we talk about kitchens that engage with nature, kitchens that use natural materials, how to make an open plan that suits you, and the best colour trends.
The kitchen is a place where meals are cooked for the family to enjoy, a place where friends congregate to enjoy late-night drinks, and a place where good lighting can make all the difference.
Strategically placed lighting can transform your kitchen from a dingy, small room, into a room which sets the standard for the rest of your home. In this blog, we’ll be taking a closer look at how you can use lighting to make your kitchen seem cleaner, bigger, and more fashionable. Continue reading →
Are you regularly frustrated by the lack of space in your kitchen? Picture the scene; you have two pans on the hob, several utensils scattered around and a dirty chopping board taking up most of the room on the counter. Before you know it, you’ve turned around too suddenly to grab something off the hob, and you’ve knocked that ceramic spoon rest on the floor, cracking it right down the middle.
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