Tracey came to me earlier in the year as she was ready to replace the existing kitchen that she had inherited with her property. Despite the large & bright nature of the room, the original kitchen made the space feel cramped, dark & unorganised. Tracey wanted a bright, open, minimal kitchen that was practically organised & had a useful workflow. She already had in mind a layout that she wanted to explore but needed a little help with some of the finer details.
Together we designed this minimal & contemporary shaker kitchen. She chose a simple colour palette of light grey, graphite & oak; & opted for no wall units to add to the minimalism that she had envisaged. Following her brief, the final kitchen is a beautifully crisp space with the Elica Bio wall hood taking centre stage. We opted for a mix in worktop materials to add warmth & durability so we used a premium laminate in on the island & quartz around the sink, hob & splashback area.
My refurb team removed the old kitchen, took down a large column to open the room up even more, prepared all 1st & 2nd fix plumbing & electricals & finished off by updating the radiators, laying new flooring & painting the walls & fixtures in the kitchen & dining room. This project had a 3-week turnaround from rip out to final completion.
Her beautiful kitchen features
Painted shaker style
Silestone "Bianco Stellar" quartz worktops
Egger "Hickory Oak" premium laminate worktops
Elica "Bio" wall mounted hood
Flexible hose tap with undermounted sink
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