The clients wanted to update their kitchen with a design that was both practical and modern. They opted for the Shaker-styled Broadoak in a neutral stone colour that wouldn’t date. The finish of the granite worktops has stone-toned flecks so co-ordinates beautifully with the furniture. A vivid green splashback adds a great pop of colour to the scheme.
The kitchen has a back door and internal door in diagonally opposite corners, which had presented an issue for worktops and storage previously. The designer came up with a number of ideas that resulted in the kitchen incorporating much more storage and worktop that was originally envisaged. This included worktops angled in the corners next to the doors and a peninsular with access from either side, meaning the full cupboard could be accessed from both sides.