Well, Coronavirus is leading us inevitably to the Great Disappointment. Thousands of flights, millions of holidays, plans, dreams, bookings are crashing around our ears. The tourism industry around the world is under intense strain, and airlines and tour companies are (however slowly) refunding deposits and flight payments.
Oh the plans, the plans… whether your thing is historic towns and museums, music and nightlife, great cuisine, secluded beaches, swimming with pigs in the Bahamas or adventure travel… all of us are facing a lot of broken dreams in 2020.
If, like me, you have a summer in tatters, with no holiday now planned, and no real possibility of planning one, it is worth thinking positively about the money you have saved. Making some positive use of the refunds that are on their way back to you seems to me to extract some meaning and potential joy from what has been a dreadful year.
So at Affordable Granite, as we have started to reopen and get going again after full closure in the early lockdown, we have noticed that some customers have definitely been upgrading the kitchen worktops off the back of holiday refunds. No safari? No Caribbean? No South of France? Let’s make it quartz in the kitchen then…
I suppose it’s about making the best of a bad job, of salvaging something from the wreckage of a bizarre and difficult year. For some it is clearly about pleasing their other half too – its about Love in a time of Corona! Whatever your motivation, you are welcome to explore a good way forward for your kitchen worktops here at AG.
Fusion Blue Granite – one of the most interesting stones we have received into the warehouse since lockdown
Alluring Quartz by Radianz – brand new out and bang on he trend to gold-veined marble-look worktops
We are Affordable Granite, the leading granite installer in Surrey, Sussex and across the South East. We want to help you turn what has been a difficult year into a much better one, with a significant upgrade to your kitchen. For advice and help on your stone worktop installation, don’t hesitate to contact us on 01293 863992 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org/ .