Our final deliveries for 2016 will be on Friday 23rd December so the cut-off for orders for delivery before Christmas will be 5pm the previous day, Thursday 22nd December.
 
After the festive break, it will be business as usual from 3rd January 2017 with first deliveries on the 4th January.
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Storage & Movement Blog
The difficulty designers/retailers face is informing the consumer how an efficient and effective workflow system can positively influence their lives without them being able to see it themselves. If you are a keen cook you are familiar with the struggle of rummaging through cereals and old ice cream tubs to find a mixing bowl or coming across an oli...
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We are told on a daily basis that we have to be greener. Whether it be reducing our carbon footprint by reaching for the trainers instead of the car keys or jumping in the shower instead of filling up the bath. But what does going green mean when we look at the kitchen? What do you do in the kitchen today to reduce your environmental impact? What is there in the world today to...
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No two kitchens are the same. Even if you get a standard, off-the-shelf, Ikea style kitchen there will be items unique to you that make the kitchen your own. However, most kitchens in the UK will share similar attributes to each other in the way they are styled and what is considered the “Best approach” to design/manufacturing. Designers have to utilise what materia...
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A few weeks ago we looked to the future of kitchen technology and how different life could be in the industry in as little as five years. However, have you ever thought how we got to this stage? How we got from spending a Sunday morning creating a beautiful cooked roast to throwing a Kansas BBQ chicken and Quinoa ready meal into the microwave?
My grandmother used to get up ever...
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Recently in the LDL office we have seen the creation of a new kitchen area to allow staff to enjoy their lunch or breakfast in a quiet and relaxing environment. Being in the kitchen trade can often mean your own staff kitchen isn’t a priority, as the majority of your time is spent building/supplying them for others. An office kitchen might not need to be a glamorous showc...
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When many people consider getting a new kitchen they often don’t consider appreciate the amount of work that is involved, how much time is consumed and the disruption it can cause. Sometimes it is a spur of the moment decision whereby you have seen a TV show, neighbour’s house or magazine advert and thought “I wish my kitchen looked like that”! However,...
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Fridges that order food for you (delivered by drones), temperature controlled gel storage devices that don’t need electricity, appliances controlled from your phone and robot kitchen helpers. Whatever the future of kitchen technology holds – it does look pretty darn cool!

Due to the nature of developing technology the timescale from idea to launch can sometimes be...
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Though the British weather isn’t the most reliable of things, when we do get a heatwave (i.e 2 whole days of sun) or a day that isn’t as muggy/rainy, we do try to make the most of it. The barbecues are released onto the freshly cut grass with a newly bought swing ball wedged in the hole that used to hold the washing line. We can’t waste time spending it indoor...
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Everyone has at some point thought themselves a professional chef. That moment when you have a minute alone, you have patiently been moving your food around in the pan to keep it from sticking and that’s when you attempt, “The Flip”. You have a quick look around to make sure no one is behind you, pick up the pan, give the stir fry a couple of shakes and on the...
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