Design your own kitchen
Whilst you are spending more time at home, with many more hours spent in the kitchen, you could be planning your next kitchen renovation.
Now is the perfect time to think about what you really want in your kitchen and what your dream room would look like. Make a note of all things you want to change, and even better with the launch of our virtual design tool, you can now start designing in the comfort of your own home.
We have a whole host of tips and advice available on our blog, and beautiful pictures to inspire you in our gallery, so take a look at these too. Using the design tool is easy, you will be creating your own designs in no time at all, follow the link below and unleash your inner designer
When your design is done, you can notify us, we can bring your plan onto our system and progress the design process with you via our virtual design appointments. Exploring what you would change can be great fun, why not give it a try? We look forward to seeing your design soon.
Don’t forget we are still here and happy to arrange a meeting via the phone or video conferencing to discuss your ideas. Email [email protected] or call 0121 572 1540.
We are excited to share the date for our Urban Garden Space Open Day – Sunday May 29. Please come and join us for some summer fun. There will be fabulous street food cooked by the amazing chefs from Bop Kebabs on the Monolith Kamado Grill and the DeliVita pizza oven. You can browse our
If you have been browsing the beautiful outdoor kitchens from our new business Urban Garden Space, then take a look at the online configurator, which can help you put together all the items you need, in just a few clicks. A few easy steps allows you to select fridges, sinks, worktops, barbecues, grills and smokers.
At Qudaus Living we have always appreciated the importance of lighting within a room. We consider kitchen lighting at the planning stage, to maximise on all opportunities and provide the best lighting levels for your kitchen tasks, adding mood lighting and features to enhance the design. A well designed lighting scheme can make a small