If you happen to be Tom Hanks or Robinson Crusoe you will probably think that an island is a solitary place, detached, separated and isolated from the rest of humanity.
Sometimes this type of island, if accompanied by 5 stars can provide a unique opportunity for some introverted reflection away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, a quiet haven to recharge the batteries away from the distractions caused by human interaction and potential conflict caused by opinionated outbursts.
There are some among us who have the uncanny ability to obliviously drift through the festive season without a care in the World, finding themselves able to enjoy good food, great company and copious amounts of alcoholic refreshment as though it had all just arrived through the letter box in a pop up Christmas card.
There is however others amongst us who have become burdened with the task of creating Christmas magic, those who have become the silent custodians of festive cheer and the unassuming guardians of “The List”!
The kitchen, a functional interface or a window to the soul! This dramatic statement gives credence to notion that buying a new kitchen can be a daunting experience. As you take your first tentative steps into the world of kitchen design, armed only with a wheel barrow full of magazines, scrap books and web addresses you are resolute in your determination to find your dream kitchen.
Whether you like it or not the kitchen you own reflects who you are, where you have come from and what you aspire to be. The complexity of kitchen design has long been underestimated as a consequence of architecture and a by product of interior design. But all that is now changing!