The project was a new-build by a young couple about to get married. With the future in mind the clients wanted their new kitchen to be spacious with plenty of storage, but equally multifunctional as they envisaged it being the key room to spend time with friends and family. They chose Broadoak Alabaster, drawn by its simplicity and understated styling. Feature curves are the defining element of this design, which also break up the narrow lines of the room.
Don’t be afraid to mix materials. The clients were originally set on cream granite but decided to team it with a distinctive sapphire brown on the island for a striking focal point. Similarly play around with different colour palettes to find a hue that will add personality to the kitchen. In this project a splash of purple creates accent areas with the breakfast stools and lighter toned walls.