We all know the kitchen is the hub of the home. Just throw a party and see how everybody gathers in there! It is the place we cook, eat, work, do homework with children and gather with friends over a cuppa.
The kitchen is the hub of most people’s homes and probably the room used most often during the day, so its important that it is easy to use, especially if you have reduced functional capacity. An inclusively designed kitchen is intended to offer independence to less able or wheelchair users, whilst at the same time being suitable for all other users in the household.
Corian Solid Surface is perfect for all kitchens, its stain-resistant, non-porous, hygienic, easy to clean, durable and renewable, the properties of Corian® make it an extraordinarily versatile material. Designers and specifiers can choose from a wide range of trendsetting patterns and tones, engrave it, thermoform it, backlight it – Corian solid surfaces can be whatever you imagine them to be.
Having completed projects for them in their two previous homes, it was probably no surprise that that Mr. & Mrs. Emerson contacted Regal Kitchens when they bought a new property in Benfleet, Essex.
A recent survey by AppliancesDirect.co.uk has found that 61% of Brits “can’t work all of their home appliances”, with a quarter saying they don’t know the difference between the oven and the grill, and 21% saying they don’t know how to work the temperature switch on their fridge.