Designed and installed by: Broadoak Kitchens, Washington

Budget: £20k and over see more in this price range

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The Brief

The long rectangular kitchen space had previously been a dark room, due to one window being the only source of light. The designer suggested replacing the window with a French door, doubling the amount of natural light. Laying large-format highly-polished York stone flooring reflected the light down the length of the room. The clients wanted a fresh modern feel, whilst keeping it timeless, so they opted for Broadoak shaker doors in parchment white which instantly enhanced the sense of openness. 

Designer's Tips

The long run of units was very two-dimensional until the hob was brought forward. Adding another two pilasters created  a little more detail without being too intrusive whilst the natural granite worksurfaces added character and beauty.


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