Posted 9th July

Could your child be the next Benchmarx ‘kid-chen’ designer?

9th July 2019 - 13:42pm
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Benchmarx Kitchens is on the hunt for someone between the ages of four and 11 to become its first ever ‘kid-chen’ designer, creating the company’s first kid-inspired dream kitchen that will be brought to life.

“No idea is too big,” Benchmarx says – a ball pit hidden under a kitchen island, a kitchen tap that dispenses liquid chocolate, a slide at the end of the breakfast bar or a secret den behind the cabinets – the company is urging youngsters to let their imaginations fly.

Shortlisted candidates will be able to explain the thinking behind their designs to a panel of judges, with the lucky winner set to be paid in £500 worth of family days out – as well as see their dream kitchen made reality.

“The kitchen continues to secure its position as the heart of the home, often because it provides an ideal backdrop to come together as a family – be it over a spot of messy baking, creating a culinary masterpiece, doing a spot of homework or even just catching up on the day,” said Benchmarx Kitchens’ Matt Aitken.

“Good design is the backbone to making this work, and what better way to encourage children into the kitchen than by asking them what they would like to see there. It may be as simple as a stool that makes it easier to reach the mixing bowl or bold colours that cannot help but set your day off to a good start. Or it could be more elaborate in the shape of treat dispensers built into the cupboard fronts or a slide at the end of the kitchen table – the choice is theirs.”


Entries close on 14th July 2019. Find out more:

benchmarxkitchens.co.uk/kid-chen


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