After having building work done to change and extend their original somewhat disjointed kitchen the brief was that they wanted a kitchen, occasional dining as well as formal dining and lounge area.
The use of zoning enabled us to do this effectively and efficiently. Utilising each space uniquely whilst also standing alone as one open plan connecting space. We used a stone based colour palate with warm hues, taupe shades accompanied by glossy cabinets, mirror effects and accent wood grain which all complement each other.
Mirrors on the splashback are style icons not normally associated with kitchens and are deliberately in the eye line which stops it looking like a conventional kitchen. The island with integral custom made
All appliances including Split level ovens and Induction hob and cleverly hidden extractor fan inside the mirrored wall cabinets were supplied. The Quooker boiling water tap was also installed eliminating the need for a kettle and avoiding clogging up work space.
The kitchen is predominantly gloss with hints of accent wood grain whilst the dining furniture and lounge media incorporating the Evonic electric fire has more accent woodgrain with hints of the gloss throughout.
A fully functional bar equipped with automatic light, mirrored back and glass shelves were also supplied.