This year, we at Panararmer are celebrating our 35th birthday. We have been crafting dream kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms for our customers since 1983, and during this time we have amassed a wealth of experience in creating beautiful, bespoke rooms finished to the highest standard.
Even the most outgoing, social people need a place to be by themselves. Your bedroom should be a haven of tranquillity, a place to curl up with a good book, zone out and watch some TV, or simply relax away from the world. Alone time is important, and it can be difficult to come by, especially if you have children, or a large family.
Most years, the UK suffers from difficult weather in the winter months. There could be heavy snows in December or torrential storms in the New Year on their way. It’s sensible to protect your home against further bouts of extreme weather whilst you still have time this autumn. With winter quickly on its way, here are five suggestions for keeping your home cosy and warm.
Innovation – it’s brilliant, isn’t it? Over the last century, technology has advanced massively in all aspects of our lives, from transportation, communication to entertainment. While we may often take these innovations for granted, there’s no denying the significant impact they’ve had on our lives. Continue reading →
You can elegantly transform your kitchen with iPractis storage, by Mobalpa kitchens. iPractis smart units present a real layout solution that blends maximum storage volume with superb accessibility. These kitchen storage layout solutions offer all this, alongside a design that sets a new trend in kitchen style. Continue reading →
Renovating your bathroom can be a very rewarding project, it will modernise your home and even add value to the property. More than half of homeowners choose to update their bathroom as one of the first projects after buying a home. If your bathroom looks dated, it’s a great excuse to install a new en-suite or add those finishing touches that will transform its overall appearance.
Have you noticed how party guests and family gatherings inevitably gravitate to the kitchen? Or possibly you have a kitchen big enough to host social events and fun times with friends.
Either way, having lovingly prepared the rest of your house to create the best backdrop possible, it can be daunting to end up with a plethora of people crammed into the same area you have been using to prepare the food for the event.
As we move full force into the joys of spring, all manner of fresh aspects infiltrates our lives.
Little lambs are bouncing around in the fields, flowers are beginning to bloom and the sun is (finally!) beginning to shine.
Your bathroom is one of the areas in your house that you should most enjoy spending time in. There are few things more relaxing than running a hot bath, placing some scented candles around its perimeter, and sinking below the water with a good book in hand and a glass of wine beside you, and that’s why its surroundings should be conducive to pure pleasure.
Yet nothing will ruin the feeling of relaxation more quickly than looking up at a ceiling of peeling paint and old, outdated décor. If the latter is an experience you’re familiar with, it’s probably time to update your interior styling, and monochrome is one of the most popular and enduring bathroom trends around.
Many modern homes do not set aside much space for the humble kitchen; this might be fine if you’re used to getting in the door and bunging a ready meal in the microwave every night, but keen cooks need a well-designed, organised space in which to work their magic. Luckily, building your kitchen from scratch is the perfect opportunity to maximise your use of space so that your cosy kitchen still has plenty of room for cooking up a storm.