The design for the new kitchen was reliant on a supporting wall being removed from the centre of the room to accommodate an island, two French doors being replaced with bifold doors to create fabulous light with great access to the garden, and another French door changed to a window, thus creating a large and airy open plan space.
The building work did throw up some unforeseen problems which were challenging at times but nothing we couldn’t overcome!
They knew they wanted dark blue and chose a contemporary design in a flat slab handleless door in Indigo Blue.
This looks stunning against the Cloudy Marble Quartz worktop and splashback and the Granite Grey sink with a ‘must have’ boiling tap.
The double pan drawer units included internal cutlery drawers hidden away to create a sharper look. The tall larder units boasted internal drawers for great storage solutions, with the wall cupboards above the hob being accessed via a soft close bi-fold door.
An Elica venting induction hob saved cupboard space by being ducted along the floor under the plinth, with two AEG single stainless steel ovens being essential for this couple who love to cook for family and friends.
The electric underfloor heating leaves the walls clean and free of radiators, and lots of ‘must have’ storage to keep the worktops clutter-free.