The brief was for a modern-classic kitchen that was warm and inviting and the clients immediately fell in love with the Milton in-frame painted range, and after careful consideration chose the stone colour. Teamed with a white quartz worktop and complementary putty-coloured glass splashback behind the hob, they have achieved exactly the look they were looking for. The designer recommended swapping the former dining space and kitchen area creating a much better flow within the ground floor. A tall bank allowed for a tall integrated fridge, eye-level oven, combination microwave and warming drawer.
The key to this design was creating a space that worked perfectly and the working triangle principle is followed closely. Storage was taken care of with a wide selection of drawers, bi-folding wall units and a tall arena-style pantry. The tambour dresser in the corner allows for discreet but highly accessible storage of cookery books, blenders and toaster, which can all be hidden away when not required.