Mr & Mrs Barnes, Rowley, Consett
Our clients had recently renovated and converted an old barn.
They wanted to create a warm kitchen with neutral colours in keeping with the rest of the house.
They chose a flat gloss door in cashmere for its simple and contemporary design.
We added a tall bank of units to one side to create a minimalistic and uncluttered look.
This in turn created a lot of storage space as we were able to add two tandem larders for groceries.
Mr & Mrs Robbins, Stocksfield, Northumberland
Brief - The family were renovating their whole house and the kitchen was part of a large extension to the rear of the house. They wanted a functional kitchen with a layout that was practical for their family of five. Together with our designer they chose the porter door for its simple and contemporary design and we paired it with a contrasting character graphite door to add some warmth to the kitchen. The worktop is Kensho from Silestone by Cosentino & it compliments the kitchen perfectly.
Designer Tip - We added feature posts to each corner of the island and other areas of the kitchen to enhance the design.
Mrs & Mrs Baker, Bishop Aukland
The clients had just completed an extension to their kitchen, to give them a larger kitchen with a living/dining area. They were undecided on style at first, then fell in love with the Ellerton door with its clever balance between both modern & classic. The couple loved the idea of a modern silestone top but also loved the traditional oak, so we decided to use both. We added a beautiful oak window seat and a piece of oak across the seating area of the island. Appliances were Neff, with a large wine cooler from CDA. Undermount sink and Omni 4in1 kettle tap both from Franke.