FIVE Kitchen Appliances No Foodie Should Be Living Without

FIVE Kitchen Appliances No Foodie Should Be Living Without

Once upon a time, man got by with an egg timer, a few sharp knives and a single gas cooker. Fast forward to 2016, and there’s now a new breed of kitchens appliances and gadgets available, ranging from wifi connected fridges to instant hot water taps that you can be controlled from your phone. If like us, you embrace innovation and technology, then get scrolling through these kitchen items that no 21st century male or female foodie should be living without… #1. Kitchenaid Artisan Mixer  A timeless classic, with no touchscren. This kitchen staple gulps up anything you throw into it, boasts a direct drive motor and a highly durable all-metal housing to ensure maximum versatility. Attachments galore brings great benefits, like the ice cream maker, juicer and even a sausage stuffer. Long live the kitchen mixer. #2. Gaggenau 400 Series Oven An oven with everything you need. Not only will it cook a bird, but its automatic opening door will even politely open the door for it. With a TFT touch display control, handleless door, 17 heating methods, temperature control from 30 °C to 300 °C and more, this clever functional oven is worthy the level of investment. #3. Scanomat Topbrewer They say money can’t buy you time, well they lied. This instant hot water tap means instant brewing, with boiling water on tap (excuse the pun!). It might look normal, but it’s anything but. Control the Scanomat Topbrewer from the invisible touchscreen in your worktop or via your iPad or iPhone. Clever! #4. Grand Cuisine Gas Hob IF you LOVE the tradition of cooking with gas, the Grand Cuisine Gas Hob is one of the finest looking options on...
Interior Styling Workshop at Neil Norton Design

Interior Styling Workshop at Neil Norton Design

Spring is almost here, a great time for you begin planning home renovation projects and start incorporating seasonal accessories into your home. To celebrate the impending arrival of warmer temperatures, the Neil Norton Design kitchen showroom recently hosted a home styling workshop with a botanical twist. Our friends MK Design and floral artist Vanessa Birley helped guide guests through the design and creation of their very own terrarium, with beautiful plants and decoration. Throughout the workshop, interior designer Mathilde Kubisiak was on hand to provide those in attendance with ideas and advice on how to style their home, while Vanessa shared her expertise on floral arrangement and planting. At the end of the styling workshop, everybody left with a mind full of inspiration, along with their own self-made eco-system. Here’s some of our favourites below .. For more info head over to Twitter and follow MK Design and Vanessa...