The clients set out to create a family kitchen diner by knocking through to their awkwardly accessed dining room. This immediately created a more flexible living space, enabling them to use the interior to its full, whilst making it easier to keep an eye on their young son. They chose the Inzo for the kitchen cabinetry and blended this with white quartz worktops and engineered oak floor to create a modern scheme that would not date.
Initially the clients’ intention was to create a u-shaped kitchen underneath the window with a breakfast bar. However, by creating a galley style kitchen with extra deep base units and worktops it has truly maximised the storage, access, light and the dynamics of their home. An added bonus of this is that they have also been able to incorporate patio doors, improving the natural light and helping incorporating their garden into their lifestyle. In what appears to be a minimal kitchen there is a huge amount of integrated storage, giving everything a home without making the space feel cramped or full.