The Andertons were determined to make the most of a small, awkward space for their monochrome plywood kitchen scheme. Our design team were delighted to help them use every nook and cranny by providing a personalised solution, highlighting the benefits of a bespoke option compared to an ‘off the peg’ kitchen. Having opted for a free-standing range to sit within the chimney breast, we drew up a design to box in around the range, which didn’t just help to fill the void either side but also provided the client with some vital extra surface area where it’s needed most.
Again, we made sure no space was wasted down the side of the free-standing Gorenje fridge, this time making use of the void in the alcove by designing a plywood wine rack to sit along its side.
For the third alcove, we manufactured a larder cupboard that not only sat snugly in its position but also made a feature of the awkward sloping roof line too. The larder itself didn’t just then provide extra storage space; it also incorporated a working area where the microwave and coffee-making facilities were kept and revealed only when they were needed, allowing the space to remain clutter-free.
The Andertons selected smoked, mirrored splashbacks to complement their monochrome kitchen, and to help make the space feel larger and more open, we designed some open shelving at eye level rather than having wall cupboards. The monochrome kitchen scheme was then nicely finished with just a ‘pop’ of colour in the stunning blue geometric floor tiles.
Kitchen Cabinets - Birch Plywood | Worktop - Corian | Kitchen Doors and Drawers - White Laminate & Black Polaris | Appliances - Client Supplied
The team were great and their end product is superb. Very high quality work that will not disappoint.