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Recent Bespoke Kitchens Projects
This Kitchen made a really nice feature out of the existing chimney breast. Having a genuine Arga as the focal point of the kitchen, we were able to design the rest of the kitchen around it. The customer wanted to retain the existing Granite worktop from the original kitchen, so we managed to rework it and match the new Granite tops for the Island and around the Arga to it.
Mixing the paint colours with a deeper shade at the bottom and a lighter shade at the top, combined with the contrast of the Granite and Oak worktops and Oak Larder Unit, the kitchen had a nice contrast of colours and textures which gave it a unique look.
This kitchen was in a new build property. Again, the contrasts that were created between different paint colours and the wooden worktops worked really well with the natural stone coloured floor and wall tiles. Although this property didn't have a chimney breast, we managed to create the same look with the use of a cooker surround which also gained extra storage space.
This kitchen was a real challenge. It was in an old farm house with an existing archway that the customer wanted to keep. The floor levels at each side were approximately 400mm different from one side to the other. You can see by the pictures at the right hand side what the 2 sides eventually looked like. The worktop that ran through from one side to the other was approximately 1300mm wide. The floor levels ran out from one corner of the room to the other by approximately 50mm, so scribing the units to the floor tested our skills. All our units are made in the traditional way, so we don't use any plastic legs underneath for levelling. We have to fit the units to the floor to make them level.
The units were finished in a Buttermilk colour with contrasting Oak worktops. The Belfast sink tied in beautifully with the old surroundings of the Farmhouse and the stone tiles mixed with the wooden floor really finished things off nicely.
This Kitchen was fitted in a room that had a wall knocked out to transform it from a small Galley Kitchen and seperate dining room into a spacious Kitchen/Diner. In order to disguise the bit of old wall that stuck out into the room by approx. 5", we built a cooker surround that disguised it at one side so that you would never have known that it was there.
Existing free standing dishwasher and washing machine were hidden behind cupboard doors.
This was a large kitchen which had lots of features built into it. Storage space was tremendous due to the volume of cupboards. Finished in a New White colour it looked warm and inviting especially with the contrasting Iroko worktop with a laquered finish. There was a boiler in the corner with lots of unsightly pipes and wires which we built a unit around to make a very useful coat cupbaord and storage area for the hoover, etc.
This kitchen looked stunning. Finished in Farrow & Ball Dix Blue, contrasting with the Oak & Granite worktop and feature old brick wall, it really had a stylish look and felt very homely. The bolier was disguised in the top part of the larder unit and all appliances were intergrated.
The sloping beamed cealing added extra character in this kitchen which certainly fitted in beatifully in this lovely old cottage.
Floor and wall levels were once again a test for our fitting skills, but again added character.
Our kitchens usually range between £8,000 - £15,000 for the supply & installation of the units and wooden worktops. We work closely with suppliers & installers of granite worktops and appliance suppliers. We can completely project manage your new kitchen fit from initial building alterations including electrical, plumbing & joinery through to finishing off with tiling and decorating. All tradesmen used are very experienced and have the correct qualifications and just as importantly are friendly and trustworthy and all take pride in their work.
This Kitchen was oozing with Character. Set in a barn conversion, the bare stone walls gave a really nice contrast to the painted units and solid Oak worktops. With individual features like the Brita water filter tap and the pop up socket station with USB connection for charging all your gadgets, there was a wonderful traditional feel to the kitchen, but with various modern additions. The stand alone, built in dresser unit had an intergrated freezer in the base and the Oak plate rack, again, added to the smart contrasts. Once again, this was a test, as the floors and walls ran out of level in virtually every direction.