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(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year The Essential Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom Magazine (EKBB) is a glossy monthly magazine, celebrating the very best in design and innovation in kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms. Luxurious and indulgent, EKBB is also an invaluable resource and point of reference for individuals who are seriously and actively involved in an interior project.

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I’ve been having a real personal decorating dilemma this month, whereby in the process of re-imagining our kitchen extension I can’t decide whether I am more on the dark or light side of the interiors debate. On the one hand, I love everything open and bright, in that sort of Scandinavian way, and I’m picturing beautiful blonde wooden floors with exposed wood cupboards and a light, perhaps blush, shade on the walls. But then, on the the other hand, I’m so drawn to dark cabinetry and dark floors and as we have already decided on Crittal-effect windows for the back of the house, this seems like the right look to go for. So when we visited Jane Rockett’s house (co-owner of Rockett St George) to photograph her kitchen and glean some tips on decorating for the festive season, I was thrown into even more of a quandary. Jane comes down on neither side of the debate, and has seamlessly mastered the art of achieving both looks at the same time. She has gone with dark walls – it was the first time I had seen the Abigail Ahern Madison Grey colour in the flesh and it really is sumptuous – along with super-smooth pale floors and lots of rustic touches, it works so beautifully. Turn to page 58 and glimpse at how Jane gets into the festive spirit in Rock the Party. I also love this sort of high-low mixture in our other kitchen projects this issue – Laura Harper Hinton’s clean-lined space in Eclectic Mix on page 24 and Sally and Nick Rees’ traditional painted oak design which works so well in their character-filled oast house in Country Tale on page 38. Really, there is no one side or the other as it’s all about embracing both the dark and light; the challenge lies in getting the right balance. In our bathroom section we are homing in on new design-led tile ideas that are coming through now.
The Essential Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom Magazine (EKBB) is a glossy monthly magazine, celebrating the very best in design and innovation in kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms. Luxurious and indulgent, EKBB is also an invaluable resource and point of reference for individuals who are seriously and actively involved in a kitchen, bathroom or bedroom project. Every month expect to see exclusive beautiful real-life case studies, lavishly produced and photographed especially with our discerning reader in mind. Style guides, expert advice, buying guides and latest trends are all brought together beautifully, with strong images of the highest quality, for a true source of inspiration. EKBB has always maintained an excellent relationship with British and international manufacturers of quality goods, designers and trend forecasters to deliver the best this industry has to offer. Whatever your requirements, or however exacting your standards - and we wouldn't expect anything less - be sure to find your inspiration in EKBB's elegant pages.
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I have been planning my new kitchen and home renovation for quite some time, it seemed to be taking ages to find quality inspiration and I bought so many different magazine trying to get ideas, until I downloaded an issue of EKBB. It was brilliant, there is so much inside and now I've got plans to renovate the whole house! It's real value for money and now I've got a subscription too!
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Essential Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom   |   January   


I’ve been having a real personal decorating dilemma this month, whereby in the process of re-imagining our kitchen extension I can’t decide whether I am more on the dark or light side of the interiors debate. On the one hand, I love everything open and bright, in that sort of Scandinavian way, and I’m picturing beautiful blonde wooden floors with exposed wood cupboards and a light, perhaps blush, shade on the walls. But then, on the the other hand, I’m so drawn to dark cabinetry and dark floors and as we have already decided on Crittal-effect windows for the back of the house, this seems like the right look to go for. So when we visited Jane Rockett’s house (co-owner of Rockett St George) to photograph her kitchen and glean some tips on decorating for the festive season, I was thrown into even more of a quandary. Jane comes down on neither side of the debate, and has seamlessly mastered the art of achieving both looks at the same time. She has gone with dark walls – it was the first time I had seen the Abigail Ahern Madison Grey colour in the flesh and it really is sumptuous – along with super-smooth pale floors and lots of rustic touches, it works so beautifully. Turn to page 58 and glimpse at how Jane gets into the festive spirit in Rock the Party. I also love this sort of high-low mixture in our other kitchen projects this issue – Laura Harper Hinton’s clean-lined space in Eclectic Mix on page 24 and Sally and Nick Rees’ traditional painted oak design which works so well in their character-filled oast house in Country Tale on page 38. Really, there is no one side or the other as it’s all about embracing both the dark and light; the challenge lies in getting the right balance. In our bathroom section we are homing in on new design-led tile ideas that are coming through now.
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