A social wow happy family space for the couple and their two young daughters (and their friends).
- A kitchen with a breakfast bar
- A dining table
- A sofa big TV and a fire
- A view of their garden
- Five ring Induction hob
- Wine fridge and drinks storage
- Breakfast cupboard a must
- Heat resistant worktops
- Shiny doors and robust materials
- Stay away from using whites and creams as they want a more powerful and bold look to the kitchen.
- Their budget was £50,000.00 ideally including a small Utility room
I created a small walk in pantry with a pocket door and using this space also created a recess in the wall to sink the microwave and ovens into the wall facing the end of the island. This allowed me to create a uniform block on the back wall with tall fridge and freezer one side and a breakfast cupboard on the other. Sink between keeping the dirty pots at the back of the space and large island for the hob facing the room. I knew their love was a bar but with young children I designed a twin study area and popped the bar into the walk-in pantry. They loved it as the girls now do their studying here and the table stays clear of homework. The round breakfast bar works well for a family and they use this social shaped bar for most of their quick meals and the large table for main meals and when friends and grandparents visit. I designed the fire with a built in tv and plenty of space for the children to play.
The materials I used consisted of metal framed glass as it is super tough and Dekton worktops are totally heat proof ideal as the girls are both into baking. The Neff slide and hide oven door makes easy access for them and reduces risk of burns too.
Subtle lighting gives a selection of moods for night-time and the wall papers I chose add to the wow factor and changing how they look throughout the day as they are both metallic.
Cost of Project: £40,203.07View this retailer's profile