Case Study 029
Old and new. This kitchen has the perfect balance. The period features consisting of the original brick wall and parquet floor. Paired up beautifully with the on trend fixtures and finishes in the gold and royal blue.
The main focal point of the kitchen arguably is the island. This was supplied to the customer as ‘ready to paint’. Which then allowed the customer to paint it their desired colour a deep royal blue. When placed with the signature painted white doors, gold fixtures and, the white marble effect laminam worktop, sourced by the customer, it helps to tie it all together and pop.
There has been clever use of hidden storage for example the dinner tray storage solution perfectly blending into the timeless shaker style kitchen in the same natural oak finish as the carcase. As well as a tea and coffee making station hidden behind the double bi-fold doors, this can be left open when in use and closed away when not.
The use of the lighting pelmet with the cornice helps to add the final finishing touches and make the kitchen feel complete. The double butler sink and Hob surround also add to the effortless style of a ‘timeless’ shaker kitchen that will not date even in years to come.