Nessie the Soup
Right at the top of the list is a
house move. Many people
purchase their dream home,
only to discover that it doesn’t
feature their dream kitchen. A
new kitchen is often the first job
people tackle when they want to
make their new space their own.
Closely related to the
above, a home extension
often includes changes to
the kitchen space.
After all, it is the heart of
In recent years, Alaris has
noticed significant changes
in the way we use our
Comfortable seating, flat
screen TVs, breakfast bars
and island units all make
the kitchen a
majority of homeowners
want to make the most
Kitchen fashions aren’t quite as fickle as
in other industries. However, styles
certainly change over time.
At Alaris, we reckon it takes around 7
years for a particular look to become
mainstream, by which time the next big
thing is usually on its way.
Futuristic kitchens feature sleek lines and
concealed handles. Traditional kitchens
have their own trends too, with painted
finishes currently triumphing over wood.
Regardless of personal taste, there’s
something for everyone.
Busy lifestyles, coupled with
the popularity of cooking and
home baking, mean that the
modern kitchen is a real
Deep reinforced drawers
carry heavier loads than ever
solutions, including tilting and
sliding units, ensure that each
ingredient, utensil and
casserole dish are within easy
reach. Which budding chef
wouldn’t want a piece of that
Oven? Check. Microwave? Check.
Fridge freezer? Check.
Today’s kitchen appliances are
energy-efficient, quiet and designed
to complement, rather than
compromise, your kitchen’s look
Changes in technology often drive a
change to the wider kitchen itself -
particularly for those of us who can’
t resist a gadget. Boiling water tap,