• New Year New Kitchen!

    New Year New Kitchen!

    Mole Valley Masonry would like to thank everyone for a fantastic year, we wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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  • How to commission a bespoke kitchen

    How to commission a bespoke kitchen

    A truly bespoke kitchen will make the most of the architectural space available

    It’s not easy to know where to start when commissioning a bespoke kitchen, so we’ve asked the experts to offer some simple guidance…

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  • Stunning views from roof terrace of six bedroom Victorian villa - Fitted Granite Worktops

    Stunning views from roof terrace of six bedroom Victorian villa - Fitted Granite Worktops

    Even though Mole valley Masonry are based in Surrey, we liked to admire properties and interior design up and down the nation, today we have come across this post on a beautiful Victorian Villa, they specifically mentioned how a Granite bathroom and Granite Worktops transformed this house and raised its value!

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  • 7 secrets of successful kitchen design

    7 secrets of successful kitchen design

    Whether you want a quick make-over to up your kitchen’s selling potential or a complete renovation, redoing your kitchen requires indepth planning as it plays a huge role in your life and home. Your kitchen should reflect your interior design style and the choices are endless: industrial, classic country, contemporary, retro, rustic, Shaker-style – and everything in between.

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  • Mole Valley Completed Projects

    Mole Valley Completed Projects

    Here are a few of Mole Valley’s completed projects, our experienced and highly skilled craftsmen provide bespoke stone-cutting services.
    We create one-off pieces, from kitchen worktops to bathrooms and wet rooms to staircases.

    Anything is possible, we take the finest materials and create something that is both beautiful and unique.

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  • John Lennon’s Former Surrey Home Goes on the Market

    John Lennon’s Former Surrey Home Goes on the Market

    Originally built in 1913 by Love & Sons, Kenwood has subsequently been renovated by past and current owners. According to the listing, the house features a cinema room and sauna accessible via a staircase from the vaulted games or family room. There is also a wine cellar, while the kitchen and breakfast room boasts granite work surfaces and central island with an adjacent butler’s pantry and bar area.

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  • White Is the New Black for Luxury Real Estate

    White Is the New Black for Luxury Real Estate

    We like to provide some latest industry news and new ways to add value to your home! Here is an interesting article from The Wall Street Journal. White is the new Black!

    In choosing the colour of the year, the team at Benjamin Moore found that Mascarpone was too creamy and Ice Mist too frigid. In the end, Simply White OC-117 was just the right white for 2016.

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  • How to update a mid-century kitchen without losing touch with the past

    How to update a mid-century kitchen without losing touch with the past

    According Australian Bureau of Statistics data, the kitchen is one of the most commonly renovated rooms in the house (along with the bathroom) while figures from the Housing Industry of Australia (HIA) suggest there were around 150,000 kitchen renovation jobs in the 12 months to June this year.

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  • Marble Vanity Tops: The Perfect Finish for Every Bathroom

    Marble Vanity Tops: The Perfect Finish for Every Bathroom

    The bathroom can be a tricky room to redecorate or renovate. And many of us leave it to last when completing home improvements, settling for purely functional instead of creating the beautiful sanctuary that it deserves to be.

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  • 13 Ways to Use Limestone in the Home

    13 Ways to Use Limestone in the Home

    Limestone is a natural material that you can easily use to bring the beauty of stone into your home. It is most commonly used in tiles although it is also frequently seen in countertops. Personally, I prefer the use of limestone in the bathroom where it can stand out as a shower wall or a spa-like tub.

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