This project has been well considered, not surprising considering it belongs to the company’s kitchen designer, who wanted the kitchen to be in keeping with the 100 year old property but designed for modern living. The Broadoak Painted range was chosen for its classic clean lines, with a tasteful mix of porcelain and slate adding interest to the scheme. The furniture is enhanced by the warmth of the timber-effect Karndean flooring, and contrasts beautifully with the crisp, white quartz worktops, which are surprisingly low maintenance. The curved cabinets soften the lines and add a bespoke feel to the design.
There is plenty of space in this well-designed kitchen – enough to create a gadget heaven with Quooker boiling water tap and Neff’s integrated dishwasher, which even lets the user know, via an Led projected display, how much longer the washing cycle needs to run! Always with an eye for the finishing touch to a scheme, the designer’s attention to detail followed through to the handles, with a distinctive black metal brushed finish and red copper undertones, they tie the colour themes of the kitchen together.