This well kept 15 year old solid oak arched kitchen, with T&G pine ceiling and dark brown ceramic tiles had very little accessible work surface and no dining area and required a total rethink.
We came up with a unique re-design which involved breaking through from the kitchen window into the existing sun room to open up the space and create an easily accessible dining area.
The new kitchen island with integrated soft close drawers, under-mounted sink and feature bookcase gave a completely new look to the space and was hugely successful.
The existing doors were prepped and re-sprayed, the T&G pine ceiling was removed, allowing installation of new, efficient LED lights as per the new bespoke lighting plan, and re-plastered to create a smooth ceiling, more in keeping with this contemporary kitchen.
As with all our kitchens, new T&G gables, cornice, light pelmets and kick boards were installed. Extra features include a new american fridge freezer, extractor fan, glass display cabinet and a full Blum soft close system. New Quartz stone surfaces were installed and a new feature radiator was re-positioned.
The kitchen island with its glass display cabinet enhances the kitchen and with the addition of a pop up socket and phone charger created a central hub within the kitchen.
The customer chose one of the darker colours from the Farrow & Ball range and with the soft tones of the Quartz stone work surfaces and porcelain tiles created a calm environment.
This was a hugely successful refurbishment with fantastic savings for our client and has totally reinvented this kitchen.