Wednesday, 23 January 2019

Our New Zoom Range


Zoom Kitchens - Our New Budget Range


🔥🔥 8 UNIT RUN £644.00 🔥🔥
...
INCLUDES...

1 X 600 INTEGRATED DISHWASHER DOOR
1 X 500 3 DRAWER PACK
1 X 500 BASE
2 X 400 BASE
1 X 600 SINGLE BUILT UNDER OVEN HOUSING 
1 X 600 WALL 
1 X 300 WALL
2 X PLINTH
1 X DISHWASHER HANDLE 
1 X 3M X 600 LAMINATE WORKTOP

As CAD drawing below!
💥 CHOICE 💥
5 WORKTOPS STYLES
5 DOOR COLOURS

FLAT PACK 18MM ALABASTER CABINET, T BAR HANDLES AND STANDARD HINGES. CABINET IS CAM AND DOWEL CONSTRUCTION AND COME COMPLETE WITH ADJUSTABLE FEET. MATCHING DECOR END PANELS AVAILABLE IN STANDARD SIZES.



New Door Styles

F E N W I C K
The new Fenwick range presents an update to the classic shaker style. Clean lines and a subtle wood grain finish the Fenwick lends itself perfectly to a contemporary traditional interior.
Available in 9 colours



A L B A N Y 

SOLID WOOD
This Albany door style really catches the eye with a broad frame and deep sunken panel. Made from solid ash with an ash veneered centre panel.

Monday, 8 January 2018

New Trends


When it comes to choosing your new kitchen, we are consistently told that the biggest worry is longevity.  With this is mind you have two choices.  You can opt for a safe, classic option that you know will not date or an emerging trend.

We have researched the market and taken some of the guess work away for you.  Here are some of the newest styles and must-haves for your kitchen for 2018:


1.       1. Copper handles and accessories

These particularly work well with darker shades like matt greys and dark blues.



2.       2. Quartz worktops

This year quartz worktops have featured heavily in our customer's kitchen choices.  New quartz styles include a marble effect, as well as the glitzy starlight quartz becoming available in many more colours.




3.       3. Open plan

We are noticing that more and more families are choosing to extend their current properties to incorporate a family living space.  This allows normal home-life to become a more social experience.



4.       4. Big sinks

More of us are opting for a larger sink or even two bowls, we believe this is due to the rise of the spray tap and is useful for multi-tasking, one for food prep and the other for washing and rinsing dishes.



5.       5. Industrial

For this look you could incorporate some of the copper accents as previously suggested, together with a more streamlined and square finish.





6. Concrete and textures

Following on from the industrial theme, match concrete effect doors with real wood worktops or an aged steel splashback to create a unique look.





7.       7.Yellows and blues

After the rise and rise of the grey, it appears that yellows and blues will be the new trending colours over the coming years.



   8.       8. Ultra-thin worktops

Some manufacturers are now offering solid surface worktops in 12.5mm which creates a sleek and contemporary look for your kitchen.







Thursday, 10 August 2017

How to choose your new kitchen

Where do you even start?

A good starting place is Pinterest, magazines or kitchen websites.  You can use these to get creative, start your mood board and gather your ideas.  Pinterest is great for quirky ideas and options; Check out our Pinterest page https://www.pinterest.co.uk/hytal/.  Magazines and kitchen websites will help you narrow your choices from type and style to colour and finish of door. 

You should also start to think about your budget and be realistic.  Don't expect a top of the range kitchen with marble worktops and high end appliances for £5,000 because that is extremely unlikely.  And, don’t be taken in by online adverts claiming that they can provide you with a complete kitchen, including appliances and solid surface worktops for £3000.  If you can get a deal like this (which is very doubtful) the kitchen will not be of any quality and is unlikely to last.  So in the long term, would probably not be a cost effective option.  We are all guilty of bargain hunting, but just be aware that if it looks too good to be true, it probably is.













After you have gathered some information, it's time to go shopping!!  Get yourself across to your local kitchen showrooms to see and feel the quality and choice of the kitchens on offer.  Of course you should pop into your local DIY store to check out their offers, but just be aware that the product they offer will differ greatly from an independent showroom.  You should get better value for money from an independent showroom as the kitchen should be a better quality with a longer guarantee and the service you receive should be very personal compared to the bigger stores.  And you'll probably discover that the prices are quite similar.

Don’t forget there's more to your kitchen than just the doors.  You should be looking at cabinet quality and choice of colour, worktop choice, appliance manufacturers, sinks, taps, handles and any accessories you would like to include.















Most kitchen showrooms ask you to carry out the initial measure yourself.  You should take the measurements into the showroom where they will design a kitchen to your specification and produce a quotation.  Aim for at least three quotations to make a fair comparison.  But make sure you are quoted like for like, otherwise you could be missing out on your dream kitchen.  And remember, if you can't afford your dream kitchen right now, it might make more sense to save for a few months rather than regretting  a hasty purchase.

Once you have received all of your quotes, be sure to check the small print.  Check the deposit requirements and payment terms, delivery options, installation options and guarantees.  Does your chosen company offer additional services such as carrying out electrical work, plastering or tiling? Will they remove and dispose of your existing kitchen or are you required to provide a skip?  And finally, will they send someone to carry out a pre-installation survey to ensure your measurements are correct?














So, how do you choose?  Well, whichever company offers you the most of your criteria and falls within your budget.  Of course you need to have 'that' feeling about your purchase, because you will be seeing your kitchen several times a day for many years to come.

Buying a kitchen should be an exciting experience, so if at any time you feel pressured you should take a step back and re-evaluate your options.


Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Easter Holiday Closing: 

Friday 14th - Monday 17th April 2017

Happy Easter!


Thursday, 30 March 2017

New Weekday Opening Hours!


To all our customers, old and new, we are extending our weekday opening hours with effect Monday 10th April 2017 - we look forward to seeing you!
Saturday's By Appointment.