Designed and installed by: The Malvern Kitchen Studio, Malvern

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

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The Brief

The clients, a professional couple, had recently moved into the area and were renovating the entire house to put their personal stamp on their new home.  By knocking the original kitchen through to the dining room they created a larger space so they could have the more open, light and airy design they wanted.  They opted for the Milbourne Alabaster range as they loved the simple Shaker lines and pale painted finish. Improving storage was a key priority of the brief and the clients love the use of more drawers in the design which allow for easer access of their wealth of utensils and pans.  Being very keen cooks, it was essential to have a place for everything and to keep the worktops clutter free.  

Designer's Tips

The previous kitchen was in the now dining area and by swapping the zones around, and adding a peninsular, this maximised the runs of worksurfaces but also made for a more ergonomic layout for the kitchen.  The peninsular has also proven to be multi functional, being the natural places guests gravitate to and socialise as well as creating additional prepping space. The Alabaster painted doors create the light ambience that was missing in their previous kitchen and are the perfect backdrop to contrast and really show off the stunning granite worktops.


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