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07 December 2012

Mr & Mrs Parker had lived with their previous, dark oak, kitchen for over 20 years.
The brief was:
- To lighten up the room.
- Leave room for a small table and chairs.
- Integrate all the major appliances.
- Incorporate the utility area within the main kitchen so as to make the compact space feel much bigger.
- Create a traditional looking kitchen that included a Belfast sink, that had the wow factor yet was also functional. Read More

31 May 2012

- Create an open plan kitchen diner, harmonious with dining room & dining room furniture
- Traditional yet contemporary
- Ergonomic cooking & prep areas
- Include laundry & existing fridge/freezer
- Maximise worktop & storage Read More

31 May 2012

- New kitchen either knocking down and incorporating the utility or with separate utility
- To hide the existing boiler
- Room to sit as a family perhaps with an island
- Tambour unit
- Large Fridge and Freezer and wine cooler
- More user friendly storage
- Contemporary feel
- Thick 60cm worksurface and side panels
- Midi units to house ovens Read More

31 May 2012

- New kitchen and utility for a complete house renovation
- Open plan kitchen/family room
- Central island to cook and seat four
- Maximize storage and work surface
- Contemporary feel with a gloss doors
- Granite work surface
- Integrate an existing appliance
- Liaise with site builders, electricians and plumbers Read More

20 February 2012

- New kitchen for a new extension
- Two tone kitchen painted and oak
- Integrate with oak flooring
- Maximise storage
- Clean lines
- Contemporary touches
- Open plan to dining area & living space Read More