Lewis Alderson – Country Homes and Interiors feature

As a design led business Lewis Alderson are very happy to be recognized by Country Homes and Interiors magazine for our design work in some of the more difficult areas of the house. This month we have been featured in their article about Laundry Rooms. Thanks to the editorial team at Country Homes and Interiors.

Bar Stool Guide

When the final stages of the installation process approach ones mind starts to consider the other finishing touches to the kitchen such as soft furnishings, feature lights and what makes the best back splash. Another common question we’re asked is what we recommend for bar stools that work well with a new Lewis Alderson kitchen. […]

Lewis Alderson – Beautiful Kitchens feature

We are extremely proud to have our first kitchen editorial in the February 2013 edition of Beautiful Kitchens magazine. To add to our excitement, our Georgian Home kitchen featured in our projects page (link) also made the front cover. We are extremely grateful to the kind team at beautiful kitchens, and to Emma & Robert […]

Kin Knives – Kitchen Samurai

A recent discovery of ours is Kin Knives, beautifully hand made Kitchen knives, imported from Japan. The knives are exclusively designed and made for Kin who feature a generous range for use in all aspects of food preparation. including blade care, chopping boards and maintenance. Company Director Harriet Murland, kindly demonstrated the simple but essential […]

The Best Black Pudding in the World!

We recently visited the BBC good food show in Birmingham and one of my missions was to meet the Team from Ramsay of Carluke. Family butchers for over 150 years and purveyors of the country’s finest Black pudding and traditionally cured bacon. Ramsay’s take great pride in the exceptional quality, flavour and texture of there […]

Quooker’s new TWINTAPS system

The Nordic TWINTAPS Round is the first tap set with a boiling water and mixer tap in the same finish. The boiling water tap has an added safety feature. When the tap handle is touched an LED ring lights up to alert the user that it is a boiling water tap. Due to the grooves on the side the Quooker is also easily recognised.