The kitchen is set in a period Georgian property which is very much a family orientated home and this is clearly reflected in the kitchen design. It’s an entirely sociable living space where the family can congregate whatever the time of day. There’s plenty of space for cooking, relaxing or dining with the large island complemented by the separate table and chairs.
Second Nature’s Broadoak in natural and painted shaker sage timber complements the old style building with its classic design and simple lines.
The kitchen was given a complete face-lift by the newrooms team, including:
- Complete rip out of existing area, including ceilings taken to allow for the electrical works
- Full electrical rewire including LED lighting to improve the look of the kitchen whilst reducing energy consumption and costs
- Full re-plaster of walls and ceiling undertaken by our team
- Full installation of kitchen and dining area including the natural stone flooring and made to measure granite and oak worktops
The design based on the client’s brief, allowed the new space to be structured around the family’s lifestyle. There’s lots of storage, not just the functional areas in the kitchen but also the specially designed dresser, which provides added elegance through this piece of bespoke furniture.