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Beautiful kitchens that don't cost the earth!
Beautiful kitchens that don't cost the earth!

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Complete a traditional kitchen with wicker basket storage. Perfect for your autumnal harvest food collections.
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Celebrate the weekend in style with your very own kitchen glass splashback. Ask today for details on our ranges.
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Some Before and Aftet images from a recently completed “Upcycle” kitchen project.
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27/10/2017
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Traditional Thursday: Milbourne is a classic shaker door with a chunky frame and a subtle textured finish. The chalk finish will give a crisp and open feel to any layout you choose and can be mixed with other tones from our palette of 24 painted colours.
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Happy World Pasta Day! What’s your favourite pasta dish? Comment below!
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Competition time! Fancy winning a £100 dining voucher for Bangkok Lounge in Harpenden?

Enter here:

http://www.crestinteriors.co.uk/competition/
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Milbourne is a classic shaker styled design. This compact kitchen features a practical sized island for food preparation and dining. Open shelving further adds to the practicality. The use of a clear glazed feature door and in-cabinet lighting allows you to draw attention to items you want to display.
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At Crest Interiors we are dedicated to helping you get the most from your space.

If you have plans from an architect regarding your home extension, we can help you create the perfect living space to suit all the family!
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Wednesday Wisdom:

Timber work surfaces are a great way to add some texture into your kitchen.

They do require more maintenance than other work top choices, and we wouldn't suggest having them around sink areas, where they can be susceptible to damage.

Try using them as breakfast bars and butchers blocks to create a feature in your kitchen.
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