Cool, calm and curated are the words we’d use to describe the Battersby’s white and blue plywood kitchen. Using clear mid-century influences – but without making the space feel dated – we enjoyed working alongside the family to create a kitchen/diner space in their lovely Victorian semi. This L-shaped kitchen layout swept across two walls, leaving the centre of the room free to accommodate the family dining table. We kept tall larder units to a minimum, and placed them behind the door so that they wouldn’t impose on a nice clear view of the garden. An induction hob, and an under-mounted stainless steel sink inset into a white Corian worktop, helped to keep the kitchen lines clean and uncluttered, giving the impression of more space. To avoid the space appearing too simple, some illuminated open shelving in pops of yellow were introduced, nicely providing some decorative elements within the overall scheme.
Kitchen Cabinets - Birch Plywood | Kitchen Doors, Open Shelving Units and Drawers - Oak Veneer, White, Blue and Yellow Laminate | Worktop - Corian
We love our Wood & Wire kitchen. We knew as soon as we went into the show room and opened the first cupboard that we didn't want to look anywhere else.
Unlike buying a kitchen from a typical kitchen retailer we feel we have been able to design a kitchen that really fits our needs and been able to make use of all the available space. We are really impressed with the quality of the materials and the workmanship. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend Wood & Wire.