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Kitchen Design Portfolio

New Showroom Open Now In Bury St Edmunds

November 8, 2018 3:18 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Kitchen & Bathroom Show room Bury St Edmunds We’ve opened a new showroom in Bury St Edmunds. This joins our Stowmarket location in showcasing our stunning traditional, modern, and bespoke kitchens, all of which are handcrafted in our specialist workshops. Bury St Edmunds is a town steeped in history, with the Abbey Gardens and St Edmundsbury Cathedral alongside award winning restaurants, shopping centres, and parks, all surrounded by beautiful countryside. At Kitchens2Bathrooms, we specialise in crafting handmade kitchens & bathrooms. Whether you want a completely new room or a renovation, our designers will work with you to design the perfect... View Article

Kitchen Islands With K2B Kitchens

Kitchen Islands With K2B Kitchens

August 1, 2018 9:31 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Remodelling your kitchen? Why not consider a kitchen island? Most people looking at remodelling their kitchen have a kitchen island on their wish list, and for good reason. They suit a variety of interior styles and home sizes, from a busy family to a smaller couples’ home, and add a great amount of functionality. Although smaller kitchens don’t always have enough room for an island, we recommend that if you do have the space, then an island centrepiece for the kitchen is definitely worth it. An island is extremely useful as a storage solution, offering you more space incorporated into... View Article

Bosch built-in cooking appliances with K2B Kitchens

June 28, 2018 9:22 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Would you like built-in cooking appliances with your kitchen design? Create perfect results whatever you’re cooking, every time. Equipped with intuitive sensor technology and a range of other features designed to make your life easier in the kitchen, Bosch built-in cooking appliances are the future of kitchen appliances. Saucepans boiling over and guessing oil temperature is a thing of the past thanks to the PerfectCook cooking sensor, which measures the precise temperature in the pan rather than at the hob. Whether you like steak rare or well done, the PerfectFry sensor knows exactly how to cook it, along with fish,... View Article

5 Clever Ways to Add Personality to Your New Kitchen

August 7, 2017 10:57 am Published by Leave your thoughts

For many homeowners, the kitchen represents a tricky design challenge. There’s fun to be had with renovations in this space, but it can be difficult to add true sparkle and personality. After all, there are more restrictions here than in any other part of the house. You’ve got to work around a long list of key features and appliances. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to spruce up your cooking space. One of the best is to work with a Stowmarket design specialist. They can help you plan and create a bespoke kitchen installation. When you go ‘custom,’ you get... View Article

Lee & Tracey Cracknell

July 12, 2017 4:29 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Testimonial from Lee & Tracy Cracknell A brief letter to say thank you to you and your team for an excellent supplied and fitted kitchen. Nearly three months have past since our first visit, which I have to say, was a last minute decision. We decided to make a brief stop at your showroom as we were passing on the way home. We did not expect too much, as we thought your kitchens would be out of our price range. Although slightly more expensive than B&Q and Wickes, I have to say the extra cost was money well spent. From... View Article

Pam & John

July 12, 2017 4:13 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Testimonial from Pam & John To Lee, John & your team We would like thank you very much for designing and fitting our kitchen. The design was great, meeting all our requirements in the small kitchen, nothing was too much trouble. Even when we ordered extras. A special thank you to Tony for his excellent work completed to a very high standard. We would recommend your company to others.

Peter and Caroline and Vergo

June 16, 2017 9:34 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Testimonial from Peter & Caroline & Vergo Our new kitchen was installed in February and March 2017, after several months of preparation, discussion and looking around at the products and services offered by other providers. We chose K2B, mainly because we were persuaded by the friendliness and personal, obliging touch with which our initial enquiry was greeted, and because of the obvious high quality of the workmanship and materials of just about everything on display in the showroom. We never regretted that decision. Nor did we ever regret choosing the option of a bespoke, hand-made kitchen, where every detail can... View Article

How to Revamp and Modernise Your Kitchen Sink

May 24, 2017 4:42 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

“What a Tap Transformation” There are parts of our homes that we tend to take for granted, even though we’d be completely lost without them. The boiler, for instance, is something that we barely give a second thought until it breaks down. The kitchen sink is another good example. It serves countless functions, but it can become a bit of an afterthought when renovating the space. Nevertheless, a high quality kitchen installation deserves a beautifully designed sink and faucets. Whether you’re washing your hands, rinsing veg, filling up tumblers, or wiping down surfaces, you need a tough, hard wearing basin... View Article

How to Deal with a Professional Kitchen Designer

How to Deal with a Professional Kitchen Designer

March 22, 2017 10:57 am Published by Leave your thoughts

The benefits of bespoke kitchens are numerous. For many homeowners, they represent the pinnacle of an interior design dream – an entirely unique, custom made space. When you go bespoke, there’s no need to compromise on anything. If you have the budget for it, you can make it happen. So, it is no surprise that a fully fitted suite is the goal for most. However, if you are planning to go bespoke, it is important to realise that the process is a little different. It requires more in terms of contribution because you are creating everything from scratch. Consequently, the... View Article