New Year, New Neutrals
After the chaos, sparkles and over stimulation of Christmas, what better way to see in the new year than to strip everything back and go back to basics. I know we’re still thinking how we are ever going to get rid of the glitter in the carpet?!Read more
The Balance of Colour
For the sake of this article, I’m going to assume most readers have a basic understanding of the colour wheel, and the wonders of using it. If you don’t then that’s your homework for the week.Read more
Seasonal Switch Up
When I first started writing this, my intro was going to say something about summer nearly being over but we’re still holding on etc etc… Well I think we can now safely confirm that summer is a thing of the past and our main reality now is rain. Lots and lots of rain.Read more
Dulux Colour of the year 2020: Tranquil Dawn
The time has come for Dulux to unveil their colour of the year 2020, drum roll please… Breath in, breath out, breath in again, and out, are you feeling calm?
Announcing Tranquil Dawn.Read more
Popular areas for construction projects
Potentially Kenham could take our impressive construction workmanship and building acumen anywhere. Our ability to build, refurbish, renovate and fit-out to impeccable standards without a fuss would translate to any location.Read more
The “Should I” and “How do I” of Basement Construction
Naturally there are more positives to adding a basement to your project than negatives. But as with everything there is a good and bad.
In this short blog we will run down a few of the pro's and cons then moving onto he different types of basment construction types.
5 Ways to Stop Your Building Project Going Over Budget
The budget is an important requirement and tool within all construction projects. It is necessary to maintain a successful project outcome and should not be seen as a target but rather a guideline of what needs to be bettered.Read more
Tech in the home
Before the smartphone was introduced into the world, there was no way of knowing how tech would provide solutions to problems we never even knew we had.Read more
Software and the Dark Ages of Construction
Construction and the art of building things is by no means a new idea. Humans (and animals) have been doing it for thousands of years and doing a good job too.Read more
Porcelain vs Stone
When it comes to hard surfaces that are suitable for floors and bathroom areas the choices boil down to two real options; porcelain or stone. Yes there are always other options to look at, but for this article we will let these two materials battle it out.
The kitchen is one of the most frequently used rooms in our homes, so it’s important to get it right. But that doesn’t mean you have to blow your budget – with a few clever tricks and solutions you can get the kitchen you want at a price to fit your bank balance.
Whether your time was spent punting along the River Wandle, picnicking in Wimbledon Common, enviably sniffing the neighbour’s barbecue or waiting to see what you are sure will be the ‘Match of the Century’ to justify the 3,000-strong queue, we can all agree that this particular British Summer has been one to remember.Read more