Style: Mereway Futura Silk Grey, Wharf Patterned white worktop
The Brief: We worked closely with local interior designers homesmiths on this project as they were designing the rest of the cottage for the client. It was important the kitchen had a contemporary feel and was light and airy. Wharf worktops with their seamless joints and moulded sinks was high on the wish list, as was the handle-less slik finish cabinetry.
The glass splash-back really gives this kitchen the ‘wow factor’, the stunning rose coloured glass adds a soft, feminine feel to the kitchen. The colour compliments the pale grey cabinetry and white units and brightens up the space without being too dominant. It was important to the client that they could entertain and socialise in their kitchen so a central island was added to the design for extra worktop space, storage and a place for guests to sit and relax. A bespoke frosted glass tambour unit was added to the design to create the perfect storage area for large items such as toasters, food processors etc, so they can all be hidden away and the minimalist look of the kitchen retained.
The overall result is amazing and I’m totally delighted. The Kitchen People listened to my brief and created a real wow design. Their attention to detail, professionalism, quality of workmanship and general overall quality was simply awesome.