This kitchen was designed and installed for a young couple with a toddler, dog and growing family. The open living space was important to the family to work, cook and entertain in the space whilst being able to keep an eye on children.
Since the pandemic, the space had to work to be able to use the dining table or breakfast bar as an office space whilst the toddler and baby can be seen and always monitored! The lighting was also very important due to the space being so open, this is where parents could relax in the evening and make a cup of tea without having to turn on all spotlights so we created ambient lighting throughout the space.
The clients wanted a bespoke element in their kitchen, so we designed an over-island racking to incorporate the bespoke island hood.
Salutogenisis and biophilic design was very important to the couple for a natural element to their urban plot in their newbuild so we incorporated lots of living plants into the bespoke ceiling racking. This greenery matched perfectly with the ‘New forest’ colour of their contemporary slab door. This particular cut and edged door was chosen instead of a painted finish so the children could zoom around the island on their scooters causing minimal damage!
A 50mm thick Konigstone Quartz worktop was chosen with a drop down, waterfall end panel and a floating shelf above the sink to display more plants and decorative items.
- Fischer and Paykel fridge/freezer
- Fischer and Paykel dishwasher drawers
- Siemens single oven
- Siemens Combi oven
- Siemens Warming drawer
- Siemens 5 ring induction hob
- Westin ceiling extractor
- Quooker tap
- Franke Sink
Project Cost: £39,200