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They say the key to success is in the planning, and this is absolutely spot on when it comes to creating the perfect kitchen. We can’t emphasise enough how beneficial it is to speak to kitchen specialists, visit showrooms and get the best design service you can to ensure you end up with a kitchen you’ll love for years to come. Whilst the experts will be able to deliver exactly what you need, it never hurts to go into the process with your eyes open – after all, forewarned is forearmed – so we’ve included a bumper guide to kitchen planning in this issue to give you that extra boost of confidence you need when taking the first steps towards your dream scheme. Turn to page 99 and discover how Planning Makes Perfect. Proving just how smooth a new kitchen project can be if you use a reputable company for the design and build, we’ve included no less than seven real-life case studies this issue, each one including interviews with the designers to explain how they achieved their client’s unique brief. For example, in Inside Out on page 26, you’ll find out how Blakes London brought to life Lauren and Rob’s vision for using mixed materials and incorporating elements of their South African roots. Guild Anderson faced a big hurdle when creating a bold hub for Vics and Simon Andrews in Fresh Thinking, page 42 – who knew that large spaces can pose just as many spatial design challenges as small ones? It was The Cheshire Kitchen Company who answered Rachel and Martin’s call to create a family kitchen with the ultimate wow factor – flick to Front and Centre on page 74 to discover the most stunning island design. We’ll leave you to discover the rest of these fantastically inspirational stories over a coffee (perhaps our feature on instant hot water taps and coffee machines might be apt here, see Heat of the Moment on page 126).

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