The Brief – Planning
The Clients’ previous kitchen was tired and required updating.
The Client placed his thoughts and ideas on paper, we developed them further to make them a reality. The brief was for a bespoke kitchen centred on utility and simplicity.
The Kitchen – The Reality
The result is a beautiful sleek shaker style kitchen with clean lines.
The work tops are oiled sycamore and the unit fronts are painted sycamore with paint from The Little Greene Paint Company – using ‘Shallows’ and complemented with ‘Urbane Grey’ paint. The carcasses are constructed from birch ply and the shelves from ash. The drawers are fitted with Blum tandem drawer systems with soft close.
The fronts of the cupboards are handleless and work using a Touch-push handleless system. The look achieved is pleasing to the eye and makes for a kitchen that is clean, uncluttered and sleek in appearance.
The larder unit consists of ash shelves. A lovely feature added to this unit is the bottom shelf which is made from slate adding a traditional feel.
The kitchen tap is a Quooker tap and provides boiling water for that instant cup of tea or coffee as well as hot, cold and softened water.The warm white LED lighting under the units not only highlights the effect of the wood grain on the work top but also provides a greater strength of light than traditional lighting, helps the environment and saves costs.
The look is completed with Italian rubber flooring in dark grey. The smooth floor tiles are not only durable and flexible but are super easy to clean, warm underfoot, waterproof and are slip resistant too. They provide a perfect finish to the contemporary look.
This kitchen has functionality, space, great impact and is built to last.
Whether you dream of handcrafted oak cabinets, painted shaker-style dressers or sleek, glossy modern units we can help you achieve the look you desire – AND all our kitchens are built to last a lifetime.
For more information or for a no obligation quote please contact Gary on 07973 429276 or email email@example.com
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