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23rd Aug 2017

The Annual 'Barr Group Home Show' is back... Saturday 14th October.

We are excited to announce that the second annual 'Barr Group Home Show' will be taking place on Saturday 14th October. Visitors will be greeted with fresh organic coffee, award-winning homemade bakes and whats more… it’s free! The tailor-made BARRKITCHENS showroom will allows visitors more

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23rd Aug 2017

Whether it's 'Deep', 'Sky' or 'China', BarrKitchens are diving into the blue.

Blue is still trending in interior design this season, no one could have missed Kate Moss' much talked about stunning grey-blue bathroom this month or not fallen across colomns from journalists such as the Evening Standard's Att Pynta, encoraging London to jump into the blue. Kitchen design is no more

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1st Aug 2017

When Danish Farmhouse meets Georgian Rectory… “who doesn’t want to live in a merchant ivory film?”

When the architect of India Hicks, society royal and lifestyle brand entrepreneur, and her hotelier husband David Flintwood contacted us, to make all of the doors and windows for their Oxfordshire country manse, we were delighted. Little did we think that the Barr Group would be commissioned to more

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6th Jul 2017

The Timeless Elegance of a Thame Quintessence

Lashlake House in Thame is a project that is a perfect example of what can happen when the whole Barr Group gets together. Whether between StuartBarr CDR and the BarrJoinery team or BarrKitchens Designer Lucy Hillier and interior designer Louise Holt, the results are finished to the highest more

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24th Apr 2017

A Place for Everything and Everything in its place

Glorious order, a tidy home is a tidy stress free life, sparking joy as you move and work around your home. This April marks the three year anniversary of Marie Kondo’s international best seller ‘The Life-changing Magic of Tidying: A Simple, Effective Way to Banish Clutter more

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24th Apr 2017

Thame Community pulling together to raise money for an amazing cause

So what is all the fuss about? Is this event about more than a load of local dads and lads (and lasses) getting together to show Thame what they are made of and to raise a whole lot of cash for an amazing cause? Yes absolutely! In the words of Stuart Gibson, the man behind the event, here is a more

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20th Mar 2017

Springing into Action at Field Farm - A Review of Saturday's Open Day Findings.

Did you miss the BarrKitchens Spring Open Day? Didn’t sample the homemade sausage rolls and fresh coffee? No chance to peruse the sample vision boards and layout plans? Don’t worry - we will fill you in… The early birds took advantage of BarrKitchen’s Designer Lucy more

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13th Mar 2017

Latest Kitchen Trends; According to the All Seeing, All Knowing Houzz

In case you missed it here is a little overview of the annual Houzz Home Renovating Report. It is a great synopsis of what we are all having re-vitalised in our homes and which elements are important to us. One overarching trend has outshone all others over the past 12 months: kitchens, which have more

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30th Jan 2017

Outbuildings: An Alternative Solution for Your Kitchen / Entertaining space.

Do you have an outbuilding, barn or garage within striking distance of your property? We are seeing more and more clients looking to extend their living space by linking existing buildings. Our clients, in a beautiful Oxfordshire village location, had a wealth of outbuildings to utilise. The old more

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6th Dec 2016

"Broken Plan Spaces" as applied to the BarrKitchens Showroom Design. Come and See!

One of the key interior architecture concepts for 2016 was ‘broken plan spaces’. The phrase, coined by eminent UK architect Mary Duggan, suggests that through the use of physical partitions and split-levels, there can be distinct but interlinking ‘rooms’ within the same open more

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