This kitchen is well and truly in the Regent House design file of neutral styles that will never date.
Storage and style was the name of the game in this installation, an aim we certainly met. With plenty of storage space in the form of cupboards and deep drawers this customer had ample choices of where to keep things. The handleless design of the Lichfield doors add to the streamlined look we were going for, especially when coupled with the understated Milano Grey Quartz worktop and a Franke Coffee sink.
Another way that we utilised the space that was availble in this kitchen was to put the hob on an angle in the corner unit with a deep cupboard underneath it. This means that there is no wasted space at al. The extractor fan was installed above in an almost hidden design keeping everything subtle.
The key feature of this design that the customer specifically requested was plenty of worktop space. We provided that in the form of a breakfast bar that not only gives the much sought after space but doesn’t take over the room. Sort of like a focal point, that isn’t intrusive.
Adding to the illusion of space, were the Picardy Hazel Satin floor tiles that are timeless and easy to maintain. Paired with Ludlow Clotted Cream wall tiles, built in Neff appliances and a Franke Zurich tap the brief was definitely met.