It might be a kitchen you have inherited through a move and the layout is all wrong, or one that is starting to look tired from years of use. Whatever it is, the frustration of having a kitchen you don’t love can become overwhelming. So, maybe it’s time to replace it with something that you do love… it’s almost impossible to give you a price for your brand new kitchen as there are so many different factors that can affect the price, and we’ll be exploring some of them in this blog.
In this day and age storage space is a premium, which is why when it comes to redesigning your kitchen, maximising storage space is at the forefront of many people’s minds. There are a number of ways that you can maximise your storage space in your kitchen – in this blog we explore ways that you can increase your storage space, without losing any floor space.
We are delighted to have recently welcomed Brian Dwyer to join our Millers family as a kitchen designer based from our Montrose showroom. He has over 20 years of design experience and loves seeing his customers’ dreams become reality. In this meet the team blog, you’ll read a little bit more about Brian and get an introduction to how he works with our kitchen clients at Millers.
Do you love helping people design their dream kitchens? Millers, is a family owned business based in Montrose & Carnoustie and we are on the lookout for passionate, customer-focused kitchen designer to join our team. Operating since 1999, the happiness of every customer is our priority. We want our clients to enjoy the whole kitchen buying experience – from first … Read More
If you’ve decided it’s time for a new kitchen, then starting to shop around for one can be exciting! However, when you know the cost is going to run into thousands of pounds, it’s only natural that homeowners want to take the time to research their options to ensure they are buying the right kitchen. Whilst Google can aid, when … Read More
When planning my new kitchen should I choose induction or gas for my cooker hob? If you are agonsising over this decision, I’m going to guess that you currently have gas in your existing kitchen, and you and your partner are at loggerheads about whether to change to induction for your new hob installation. Overall it comes down to personal … Read More