With a young busy family of four, and another addition on the way, the clients were looking for a sociable space where they could all eat their breakfast together in the morning. It was also important to have plenty of room for the children to store and have room to play with their many toys! In contrast to the white quartz worktops and Fitzroy Partridge Grey doors, the central island features a solid oak worktop with charcoal-painted doors. Three copper pendant lights, hanging over the island, showcase the social meeting point. A strategically-planned tall storage area is incorporated so that everything could have its own place and be accessed easily.
To create a large, open-plan space, the kitchen, dining room and utility room were knocked through. Impressive three-metre-long bi-fold doors let plenty of natural light shine through into the room giving an open and airy ambience.