Moores kitchen revives family home in Channel 4’s “Big House, Little House”

Moores kitchen revives family home in Channel 4’s “Big House, Little House”

A Moores kitchen was chosen by Saul and Amanda for this week’s ‘little house’ project in Wetherby, West Yorkshire, just a stone’s throw from the Moores headquarters where all of its kitchen, bathroom and bedroom furniture is manufactured on site.

The renovating couple are child minders and therefore durability was high on their list of must-haves for a new kitchen. Their neighbours recommended a Moores kitchen after having one themselves for many years. They praised its high quality and design, plus the added benefit of a locally sourced offering.

The family needed a much larger food preparation and dining area to suit their work; sometimes needing to accommodate ten children around a table at once. Their vision was an open plan kitchen and dining room with a retro theme, which Moores was happy to help them bring to life.

Saul and Amanda opted for the Moores Elba Driftwood and Breeze kitchen, which combines high build-quality with a glossy neutral design, perfect for teaming with a retro décor. The kitchen is designed to incorporate built-in appliances, helping to save on floor space and optimise the workflow area.

The kitchen also maximises storage with clever corner units, large under counter drawers and overhead space to help cater for lots of people. The show estimated that the total renovations, totaling £9,000 have added more than £30,000 to the value of the house.

Daniel Sawyer, Moores at Home & Minor Works Manager comments: “We are delighted that Saul and Amanda chose one of our kitchens for their makeover. We’re confident that the extra storage space and sleek design will benefit their busy lifestyles, once again reinstating the kitchen as the hub of the home. At Moores, we are committed to providing quality kitchens across all price points and have been proudly doing so for the past 70 years.”

Big House, Little House focuses on two families who tackle exactly the same kind of renovation project to their own homes but on two very different budgets, allowing viewers to see how different types of people spend their money. Each episode will end with two transformations and will reveal who’s been clever with their spending and added the greatest profit percentage to their house.

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