Kitchen Magic is a leading kitchen refurbishment company
Kitchen Magic, one of the UK’s leading kitchen refurbishment companies, isn’t just the place to go for great kitchen doors. They’re also dedicated to helping
their customers make an informed choice when it comes to spending their hard-earned cash. So to make all of their extensive experience and expertise even more accessible, the company has added their new Kitchen Magic Blog feature to their website, where informative, entertaining articles with plenty of ‘how to’ tips are being published.
“We’re not just here to sell products to our customers,” explains Samantha Davies, Kitchen Magic’s Marketing Manager. “We’re here to help them make the right decision by offering them a wealth of information, advice and guidance based on our own personal experience of the business in an online blog format that will entertain as well as inform,” she adds.
The blog is full of useful advice on everything from the history of kitchen design through to refurbishing on a tight budget. And with the comments section at the end of each article, customers are free to share their own experiences too. “The blogs are interactive, and give our customers around the UK the chance to give others the benefit of their own experiences too,” adds Samantha. “We aim to get a dialogue going that can not only provide our customers with ideas, tips and great advice, but can also help us to drive our business forward in a direction that really benefits our customers too,” she adds.
Kitchen Magic is one of the UK’s leading kitchen refurbishment companies, and have been producing affordable, high-quality kitchen solutions to customers across the UK for over 28 years. They are located in Birmingham City Centre, where they not only have a strong online presence, but a potent ‘real life’ one too, with their own, specially designed 20,000sq foot factory and a free nationwide design and planning service.
From their factory, they produce everything customers need to revive their existing kitchen, without paying out for a full refit. Products include accessories, worktops and kitchen cupboard doors, all available in a number of different traditional and contemporary designs.
Chatting over coffee
From articles on traditional Shaker style kitchens to how to get a great looking kitchen for less, the style is light, chatty and informative, but with a professional edge. “When we started writing the articles, we didn’t want them to come across as too dry or boring, so we’ve deliberately kept it a little lighter, as if you’re chatting to a friend over coffee and planning your refurbishment,” explains Samantha.
“Our articles are designed to inspire, giving readers a chance to bounce a few ideas around and then explore our website to find out more. In a time when more people are trying to achieve a beautiful home on a budget, our new blog can really help to fire the imagination, without breaking the bank!” she concludes.