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1909 Press Coverage

The leading home interest and kitchen magazines regularly feature 1909 in articles, product news and real-life case studies. Our designers are also often approached to contribute towards features. Take a look at the ranges, design comments and case studies that have caught the editors' eyes recently.

EKBB February 2016

Wow, superb coverage for C&C Kitchens’ stunning 1909 project in EKBB magazine and a front cover too!

Real Homes November 2015

Woodbank Kitchens used a 1909 shaker in a mixture of chalk, partridge grey and slate to create a traditional painted style kitchen in a 1950's house in Cookstown, Northern Island.

Ideal Home November 2015

Kitchen Solutions in Langley Mill created a modern farmhouse, with pale and dark-grey painted wooden units and industrial-style elements by using 1909 cabinets in a four-bedroom house near Derbyshire.

Irish Kitchens November 2015

This beautiful Edwardian-style kitchen combines colour, wood and marble, creating a relaxed, classic look.

KBB November 2015

Not enough wall space in your kitchen for a bookshelf? Keep your favourite cookery books close to hand with this attractive end-of-island solution. As well as keeping recipe books nearby, it also adds visual interest to the design. Available as part of a 1909 kitchen design, prices start from £20,000.

Your Build November 2015

Graeme Smith, senior designer at 1909 Kitchens , shared his top tips for installing the perfect kitchen with Your Build magazine.

Homebuilding & Renovating August 2015

"A badly executed kitchen extension could prove a costly investment so don't rush the process," advises Graeme Smith, senior designer at Second Nature and 1909 Kitchens. "Take time to gather pictures and ideas of other projects you like and be guided by your kitchen designer and architectural designer."

Homebuilding & Renovating August 2015

Work to an existing home can throw up unforeseen problems, so a contingency fund is key. "A contingency fund should always be planned for as invariably building projects can go awry and you don't know what you may discover when you start work," advises Graeme Smith of Second Nature and 1909 kitchens.

Good Homes July 2015

Marble can add a luxurious feel to a kitchen and works well as a splashback. The beautiful veining makes each piece unique. This glossy Grigio Carnico marble by 1909 Kitchens is a classic choice, splashbacks can be made to any size.

EKBB June 2015

Made-to-measure cabinet sizes are no available in our range of kitchens, allowing for custom-fit designs. The multi-level, multi-material design of the island in this painted in-frame kitchen adds interest, while incorporating pull-out wooden trays beside the range helps to make the most of the space available.