Design details: Accessible and hidden storage

Bifolding doors on a bespoke shallow depth unit

We put a lot of effort into our kitchen designs. That’s easy to say but today I’m going to show examples in a room we recently designed, supplied and installed. Let’s skip the parts of making sure there’s a dishwasher, fridge, hob, place to prepare food – they’re obvious. I want to focus on the… Continue reading Design details: Accessible and hidden storage

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Notes on how to clean a kitchen

Safe rules for cleaning your kitchen, based on combining guidance from all manufacturers: Wipe surfaces with a soft cloth If needed, a slightly damp cloth If still needed, a small amount of soap/detergent Things that will damage products abrasives chemicals That sounds simple, right? Well we all know it’s a little more complicated so lets… Continue reading Notes on how to clean a kitchen

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Why is there a picture of a front door on your blog when you’re meant to be promoting kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms?

Reader: Hey Steve, why is there a picture of a front door on your blog when you’re meant to be promoting kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms? Steve: Because we cover the whole project for our clients, and that included this door Reader: Tell me more! Steve: I’m glad you asked! Rooms that we work on are… Continue reading Why is there a picture of a front door on your blog when you’re meant to be promoting kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms?

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Testing how loud extractors are – Steve’s latest youtube video

At Roots we like to investigate products we sell as thoroughly as we can. Steve’s shared some of those investigations as youtube videos and testing if extractors that are built into hobs are effective at removing humidity has been very popular with over 120,000 views. A lot of the comments highlighted how noisy the extractor… Continue reading Testing how loud extractors are – Steve’s latest youtube video

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