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How can you keep a kitchen warm without central heating?

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There are some simple means to keep a kitchen warm without central heating or in the absence of working designer radiators.

You can start by choosing warmer colours for kitchen décor, and perhaps most simply by leaving the oven door open after cooking meals – in turn try to limit the cooking of meals that produce plenty of steam.

Plus, lighting can help to create a warmer ambience; opt for warm white bulbs and introduce undercupboard and undercounter lighting to a kitchen space to create a warmer feel.

To discover more, take a look at our dedicated blog, 23 ways to keep warm without turning the central heating on.