INTERIOR DESIGN IN KITCHENS

Classic design with quirky touches creates a stylish open plan kitchen diner

 
 
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THE BRIEF

Kitchen and dining area, for a newly built extension, which fits in with the period nature of the existing house but also retains a modern, current feel. To renovate the existing dining area so it flows from the kitchen, but retains its own identity.

 
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SOLUTION

Dark blue Shaker style kitchen, with antiqued brass taps and hardware.

Reclaimed quarry tiles sourced to match the original hall tiles.

Full lighting and electrical plan to zone the different areas and create functional, multipurpose lighting.

Old window converted into a herb cupboard adds a quirky touch.

 
 
 
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Kitchen transformation creates a room that’s light, bright and fresh

 
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THE BRIEF

To update a dark, dated kitchen to make the space feel lighter and more spacious plus incorporate a seating area for family meals.

 

SOLUTION

The old kitchen was ripped out and replaced with light Shaker style units.

The kitchen was rewired; a new extractor fan was fitted to reduce condensation, old pipework was boxed in, light tiled maple edged worktop and light paintwork introduced.

The original quarry tiled floor was retained and cleaned. New table and chairs (out of shot) meant the family could use the space for informal dining.