Style: Second Nature Fresco White, Silestone Stellar Negro worktops
The Brief: The main objective with this kitchen was to get the whole space working together as a kitchen. The previous layout with bitty and broken up, with no sense of direction. The client liked the idea of a classic monochrome scheme, so black sparkly quartz worktops teamed with Fresco White was the ideal combination. The client is a keen cook so the functionality of the kitchen and amount of worktop was very important.
It was important to that the kitchen flowed and the two areas of the kitchen connected together. This was achieved by wrapping the units around the kitchen, enhancing the flow by the use of curved units and a central curved seating area, which sits around the structural post. The seating around provides a casual seating area for entertaining with a glass of wine, or a quick cup of coffee before work! The glass splash-back at the back of the hob adds another texture to the room, and the muted grey tone enables any colour to be added as an accent colour, which in this case, was lime green.
We were looking for a quality kitchen that not only had a contemporary feel but would be “family friendly” & easy to maintain. Second Nature’s Fresco White met these needs perfectly. With its simple clean lines & curved units it brought together our previously 2 part kitchen, working around structural walls to give a flowing seamless finish