Every kitchen has a story to tell, a reflection of the lives and passions of those who inhabit it. For Mr. and Mrs. Kerslake, their dream kitchen was a harmonious blend of modern German style and the warmth of British design, a space that would not only serve as the heart of their home but also embody their unique personalities.
From the very beginning, the Kerslakes had a clear vision for their kitchen. They sought a space that was both stylish and functional, maximising storage without compromising on aesthetics. They envisioned an island with breakfast bar seating, a chef’s pantry, and a utility broom unit – all seamlessly integrated into a design that exuded elegance and sophistication.
Enter Leah; our fabulous designer, who eagerly embraced the Kerslakes’ vision. Together, they embarked on a journey of creativity and collaboration, transforming the Kerslakes’ kitchen aspirations into a tangible reality.
The Conway doors, lovingly crafted in our own factory in ‘Vintage Sante Fey Oak’ and complemented by ‘Pebble Grey’ tones, served as the centrepiece of the design. Its sumptuous texture added depth and character, while the warm wood tones were beautifully accentuated by the brass fittings and accessories, proving that brass is not reserved solely for traditional settings.
Calacatta Oro worktops flawlessly harmonised the grey and brass colour palettes, creating a cohesive and inviting ambiance throughout the kitchen. The CAD visuals provided a remarkably realistic glimpse of the end result, allowing the client to truly envision their dream kitchen taking shape.