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JMI Brislington Kitchen Showroom Relaunched


All of us at JMI Bathroom and Kitchen Centre are excited to announce the recent relaunch of our kitchen showroom in Bristol!

Our Brislington showroom has just been comprehensively refitted to showcase some of our latest kitchen designs and styles. To celebrate, we threw a relaunch party!

Now the new showroom is open throughout the week at our normal opening hours. Whether you’re an existing customer, a new customer, a foodie, or someone who just wants to check out what we have to offer in the line of custom fitted kitchens, you’re welcome to pop in and check it out!

How to Fit a New Kitchen


If you have decided to install a new kitchen in your property, here are the usual steps involved:

Step One: Choose a Design for your New Kitchen
Step Two: Removal of Old Kitchen
Step Three: Prepare Your Kitchen Walls
Step Four: Kitchen Ceiling and Lighting
Step Five: Kitchen Electrics and Gas Installation
Step Six: Kitchen Floor Selection and Installation
Step Seven: Main Kitchen Installation
Step Eight: Final Electrical or Gas Installation of Kitchen
Step Nine: Installation of Kitchen Splashbacks or Wall Tiles
Step Ten: Final Painting

Kitchen Safety Guide & Food Hygiene Tips


How safely do you use your kitchen?

No matter how it’s been designed or how old or new it is, the kitchen is a place where it pays to be safety-conscious.

JMI Bathrooms and Kitchens of Bristol brings you a commonsense guide to the safe use of your kitchen space. Please feel free to share widely!

Chipping Sodbury Hare Trail 2017


In addition to the four hares located in Chipping Sodbury in connection with the Cotswold Hare Trail, there are now a further twenty smaller ones to be found in the windows of shops and other business premises around the town, constituting Chipping Sodbury’s very own hare trail for 2017!

Organised by Sodbury Chamber of Commerce to help support interest in local businesses that are members of the Chamber, the Chipping Sodbury Hare Trail 2017 is also showcasing the work of local artists. All the hares on display are sited in the windows of businesses that are members of Sodbury Chamber.

The Big Lunch Chipping Sodbury 2017


Join us on Sunday 4th June from 12:00 noon to 6 p.m. for a fantastic fun family day centred around Broad Street in the heart of Chipping Sodbury!

It’s the return of The Big Lunch, Chipping Sodbury’s annual festival combining elements of picnic and street party. This year’s event has been named Seaside Sodbury and will have a beach theme. Dozens of beach huts lovingly hand-painted by the organisers of the event will be installed to set the scene and put you in beach party mood despite the inland setting!

Cotswold Hare Trail comes to Chipping Sodbury


The Cotswold Hare Trail this year takes in over 25 towns and villages in the greater Cotswold region and is set to feature upwards of 75 large sculptures of hares, each of them uniquely hand-decorated by one of almost 70 different local artists and painters.

The idea behind the annual trail is to put on a fun event that celebrates, supports and nurtures the community spirit of the Cotswold region, and gives exposure and appreciation to the region’s artists. At the same time, it offers a wonderful opportunity for family outings and weekend excursions that adults and children can share together!

The History of Bathrooms and Toilets Part 2: Early Modern Era


Welcome to the second part of JMI Bathrooms and Kitchens’ look at the fascinating history of bathrooms and toilets!

Following on from Part 1, we now guide you through the early modern era, from the 1700s to the mid-20th century, comprising:

18th Century Developments in Bathrooms and Toilets;
19th Century and Victorian Bathrooms and Toilets;
Early-mid 20th Century Bathrooms and Toilets.

The History of Bathrooms and Toilets


Welcome to JMI Bathrooms and Kitchens’ whirlwind tour through the history of bathrooms and toilets!

In this first carefully researched instalment, we look at the provision of bathing facilities and lavatories from ancient times through to the Renaissance, stopping by in the Middle Ages.

Have you ever wondered when the first flushable loo was made, or how your ancestors kept clean? These and other fun facts await if you venture onward!

5 Ways to Celebrate Summer in Your Kitchen


5 Ways to Celebrate Summer in Your Kitchen:

1. Brighten things up!
2. Feed your senses!
3. Unleash family creativity!
4. Print your favourite family holiday pictures and hang them on your kitchen walls!
5. Disconnect and reconnect!

The Great British Kitchen: Complete Kitchen Era Guide


Here at JMI Bathroom & Kitchens we love kitchens (obviously!) so we created this handy kitchen era guide on how the great British kitchen has evolved through the ages. Read on and tell us what is your favourite kitchen era?

1. Origins: Open hearths
2. Medieval kitchens: Monks and medicine
3. Tudor and Renaissance kitchens: Sensations and spices
4. Georgian kitchens: Colonial cooking
5. Victorian and Edwardian kitchens: Order and ostentation
6. 20th Century kitchens: Mod-cons and the domestic revolution