The client wanted to improve the functionality of their kitchen and also to make it a more comfortable place to eat, dwell and relax too. Working closely with the designer, they opted for a homely and earthly colour scheme. Maximum worksurface was high on the agenda as the client is a keen cook, with an island being dedicated for preparation space. The wine chiller on the island was the added extra that was the icing on the cake.
As this is a mulit-functional room, keeping all tall housings together was key so not to overpower the room, plus giving a feeling of more useable space once working at the hob. Curved edges are an elegant design touch and when combined with the painted stone oak cabinetry in this layout give a softer look for when the room becomes a hub for entertaining guests.