I’m often asked if, after all these years, I don’t ever get fedup with spending time in the kitchen?
After all, I owe my career to these wonderful spaces. From bedsit to cottage to house, from catering unit to restaurant to chefschool, planning and designing the kitchens has always been a thrill. My kitchens have helped turn a hobby to a profession and, more important, into a lifelong passion.
Kitchens should be more than efficient places to cook though they must of course be that. They are the heart of a house; where creativity is allowed, where friends gather, where family are nurtured and children taught to eat and cook. Kitchens have to be a joy to be in.
My new kitchen in my converted barn, (which I trust will see me into retirement and old age!) is a Sheraton and I simply love it. I’ve known the makers of Sheraton for years and willingly recommend them. The kitchen is generally the room that takes more wear and tear than any other. It certainly takes more planning and more money. So it makes sense to ensure a quality product. A good kitchen is never cheap, but the Sheraton range of great designs, firstrate materials and precise craftsmanship offers real value for money.
I hope you enjoy your kitchen as much as I do.