The client, a young lady, had just moved into her first home and was looking to make the most of the kitchen, conscious that it was quite challenging in terms of the space available and the quirky shape of the room. She opted for the handleless Remo design, choosing the elm finish to add warmth to the scheme whilst keeping the look linear and modern. Alabaster adds a light contrast to the wall cabinetry.
Due to the nature of the space, the designer recommended splitting it in to two distinctive parts, one with the kitchen area and the other the utility, but keeping the layout open. This has worked really well and there is a good flow between the two zones. The designer also worked his magic to achieve a surprising amount of storage in the compact kitchen, with pull-out spice drawers, a le mans corner system, as well as accommodating a single slide-n-hide oven, induction hob and hidden dishwasher.