Kitchen confusion….

Modern or Classical, that is the question?

Looking for a new kitchen? Confused? Sure/not sure what you like? Modern, classical, transitional (that's a bit of both BTW!) Grey, grey or grey?It's the modern day magnolia. Handles or not? Quartz or good old formica? It's a minefield.....

We've come up with a great solution. One of our designers, will pop out to your home to help you with all of this, free of charge with no obligation to buy! We'll help you with the confusion & steer you in the right direction.


Room to Improve

Claudia & Tom’s Edition.

With one eye on the T.V. & one eye on Twitter, Room to Improve has now become a twofold viewing experience.  The Tramore Edition, with Claudia & Tom was no different. A tight budget, Feng Shui & no proverbial money tree to shake for the €120k garage, made great fodder for tweets.

The arrival of Dermot Banyan (as he’s known as by many here) was almost as exciting as the Pope arriving in Ireland (1979 version). Even the most sardonic of us would have to elicit a small smile at the many photos of kids & mammies with the lovely Dermot hanging out in Tramore on social media.

Claudia & Tom’s brief was simple, a modern white handle less kitchen that functions well for a family maximises the view & fits the budget. The end result fulfilled the brief with a few added pieces  for texture & to give the kitchen a more personalised look.

The Kitchens Features

  • Style: Modern flat panel handless door in matte white with oak doors at eye level which softens the look and adds warmth & character. The fitted oak shelving for display is a nice feature to personalise the room with for display.  
  • Worktops: Laguna quartz… hard-wearing & long lasting.
  • Appliances: Neff combi oven, single slide & hide oven, downdraft induction hob, fridge & dishwasher.
  • Boiling water tap: Quooker.

Call us on 058 23004 for a free home call out.

Visit our website www.editionkitchens.ie or pop into our showroom in Dungarvan.


Our New Edition

At Garrett Dillon we have been creating handmade bespoke kitchens for almost eighteen years. Similar to any business, it can be challenging but also very rewarding. It is a great pleasure to take a client from initial design to completion of installation with the end product being something that puts a huge smile a client's face and makes their everyday life in the kitchen easier.

The kitchen industry is everchanging and embracing these changes is sometimes tough, particularly when you are a cabinet maker or carpenter. But embracing is who we are we are! Our new Edition Kitchens are stylish, smart and affordable. We have sourced our new kitchens based on quality, versatility and price. We offer two main ranges, modern and transitional (transitional having elements of both traditional and modern styles.) We are very confident in stating that we will give you more than any of the other kitchen companies at this level. Starting the process with our designer calling to your home free of charge, to help you measure up and have a general chat about what you would like for your room. Who better to design your kitchen than a person who has an in-depth knowledge of a working kitchen in their own home.


That Sinking Feeling

The humble kitchen sink, one of the most used items in a kitchen, but definitely gets the least amount of discussion. The kitchen sink conversation starts & ends in a few short sentences… undermounted or overmounted, stainless steel or ceramic, bowl or bowl & a half, decision made, job done.

Having spent the last few years with a beautiful polar white ceramic kitchen sink (which now looks awful as it’s chipped everywhere, not to mention the countless wine glass stems that remained at the bottom of the bowl after careful washing) I have come to the realisation that the humble sink should be given some more thought, time & consideration.

Now that I need to replace the beautiful sink, I have been mulling over how often we actually use this item that is typically a mere afterthought. I seem to spend a lot of my day in or around the sink, washing something or in some cases someone. Dishes, pots, cutlery, washing & peeling veg, hand washing items of clothing & there was time when we even bathed small babies in the sink, the list is endless.

Based on the amount of times that we do those things each day from a value per use point of view..we should definitely give the humble kitchen sink a bit more thought.

I won’t get into where kitchen designers always seem to place the kitchen sink just yet, as I need to wash the window behind the sink that is always covered in those annoying splashes of water!

Welcome to Edition Kitchens! Modern kitchens suppliers in Waterford, Cork, Tipperary, Kilkenny, and Wexford.