Yearly Archives: 2018

What to do with leftover granite

Buying granite through a fabricator and fitter like Cheshire Graniteline means that there are often leftover pieces of granite at the end of your project. These pieces are often surplus chunks from the supplier or pieces that didn’t get used in the installation. They can be useful for repair work during and after the installation… Read more »

Pop up fixtures for your kitchen island

We love kitchen islands. They are great for boosting counterspace, increasing storage space and creating more spots for the family to sit during the day and at meal times. But if you want to install a kitchen island, there are some important design considerations that you need to take account of. One issue with kitchen… Read more »

How to clean kitchen worktops

Good cooking starts with a clean kitchen. Greasy work surfaces aren’t just unpleasant to look at, but they are also unhygienic and can hamper your creativity in the kitchen. Kitchen countertops get lots of use, so we recommend cleaning them each day. But let’s face it – this kind of regular cleaning can be a… Read more »

Top Homeware Boutiques in Cheshire

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Looking for some final furnishings and unique furniture to finish off your interior redesign? Cheshire is fantastic for its boutiques. Whether it is fashion, gifts or homeware – there are many independent boutiques, pleasant market towns and designer outlets to choose from right across Cheshire. In this blog post we pick out some of the… Read more »

Natural vs. Engineered Stone for Kitchen Worktops

Stone is a great material for kitchen worktops. It’s hardwearing, stain-resistant and most-significantly, it looks great. There are two types of stone that are used for countertops – natural and engineered stone. Much of the debate about which is best centres around taste and personal preference, but there are some key differences between the two… Read more »