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Kitchens pages coming soon!

Hey hey hey,

I’ve been buzzing around the office this sunny afternoon, bothering everybody for the latest gossip and boy did I find something to talk about!

Despite the web team’s best attempts to keep me away, I managed to get close enough to snap a quick pic of the latest development: fully purchasable cabinets and doors! Having caught a peek of it in action I know it’s going to be a treat.

So stay tuned and keep your eyes on the blog next week — you won’t regret it, kitchen lovers!

Ta ta for now,

The deTerra Diarist

 

Posted by the deTerra diarist

19.07.2013

Hi guys,

Okay. So. How come I didn’t know about Pinterest before?

Could there be a more deTerra-friendly social medium? You browse – so much pretty stuff to see! – and anything you like, you repin onto your very own board. You upload your own pictures and pin them. And if people like what they see, they might just repin your stuff, too.

It’s like an online collagey thing, almost like a picture book, or wait – a pinboard! Oh… right. Now I see what they did there…

(feeling a little silly now, so let’s move on.)

So, yes: deTerra are now officially on Pinterest! We’ve compiled one brillo board already, entitled ‘classics’, which houses a collection of our favourite timbers plus some nifty repins. We could say more, but that would be telling – you’ll have to check it out for yourself.

Keep an eye out for new stuff, too. In the near future we’ll be posting fun boards piecing together our favourite kitchen pictures, new and wacky culinary gadgets, and image insights into the latest trends – not to mention plenty of deTerra product visuals.

Clickety click here to visit our Pinterest page now, and get pinning!

Ta ta for now,

The deTerra Diarist

 

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Hey hey hey,

So, here’s the thing. Some might think that summer is no time for kitchens – we’re all cooking outside, right? ‘Throw another shrimp on the barbie’…etc.

Wrong! The kitchen is still totally where it’s at: where else are we going to chop our salads, bake our pavlovas, and marinade our meat? And where else can we hang out and chat while we prep, while imbibing an icy cold beverage or two? Summer kitchens rock!

With this in mind, you’ll be pleased to hear that our webteam are hard at work on our snazzy kitchen-centric pages, which will soon be multifunctional marvels. Check out the graphic below to see what I mean – that’s dedication, y’all.

Colour check-list

Soon you’ll be able to peruse our favourite paint colours and make purchases galore. As you know deTerra = FREEDOM, so you’ll be completely at liberty to build your dream kitchen from scratch, mixing and matching products however you like. However, to make it easier, we’ve divided kitchens into four helpful subcategories (wooden, traditional, painted and shaker), so that everything you need will hopefully be in one place. Easy peasy, simple pimple!

Keep an eye on the main ‘Kitchens’ page, and you’ll soon see what we mean…

Ta ta for now,

The deTerra Diarist

 

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Yo-diddle-oh,

Here at deTerra, we’re generous souls. So we’ve decided to start giving shout-outs to anything perty that catches our attention; after all, if it’s easy on the eye, it benefits us all…

So, here goes. Introducing deTerra Shout-Out #1: Melrose and Morgan deli, which was designed by MS-DA! Looky looky looky!

Melrose and Morgan Deli

Image courtesy of MS-DA.

So natural! So leafy! So woody! Isn’t it just lovely?

We could forgive you for wondering where we’re going with this, because we’re in the kitchen business, not the food business (though everyone knows that a gal’s gotta eat)… but c’mon. It’s Friday. It’s nearly the weekend. And the sun is actually shining. We thought you deserved to look at something pretty.

Plus if deTerra did delis, well… they would totally look like this. I mean, apart from the general lushness of the display, there’s some really smart and natty storage going on. Clever, clever design – and rather inspiring for kitchens. You could achieve a similarly organic look with some open shelving and storage baskets… and, oh yeah, solid wood! The worktops and cabinets alone are a great celebration of the verdant, inviting look that can only be achieved with a natural product.

So if you want to get some of that fresh, ‘roots and shoots’ look for your kitchen, give the deTerra catalogue a look – we’ll leave the food up to you, though…

Ta ta for now,

The deTerra Diarist

 

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