We are delighted to share with you a recent kitchen design project that we completed for a family in Sheffield. The brief was to create a family space which connects with the outdoor space via large bi-folding doors.
The kitchen has been moved to the opposite end of the house which is far better suited and allows room for a larger dining area in the existing kitchen location. The new kitchen has been designed to be both stylish and functional and to create a space that the family will enjoy spending time in.
Featuring beautifully crafted Ash doors with a Barlow frame style colour matched to Farrow & Ball Denimes, the cabinets are finished in natural Kendal oak and the worktops are Calacatta Magma Gold quartz with matching up stands throughout.
The original brick wall features have been retained to add warmth and character. Stainless steel accents, handles, tap and snooker table lighting fuse industrial elements with the classic shaker look. This eclectic design approach not only creates a unique space for the customer but provides a timeless space which does not suffer from trends which inevitably go in and out of fashion.
The kitchen is equipped with a range of high-quality appliances, including a stainless steel Quooker, which offers instant 100 degree boiling water alongside the standard hot and cold. You can upgrade to a Quooker cube which will provide filtered chilled and chilled sparkling water for added luxury.
The kitchen has been designed with plenty of storage, including bespoke-sized dresser units cloaking the feature brick chimney. The doors bifold back to allow easy access to the worktop inside from the hob. The cupboards are illuminated by feature internal lighting which comes on via sensors when the doors are opened. Sockets are positioned at the bottom of the dressers which provide a beautiful hideaway for the usual culprits such as toaster and mixer or the new favourite air fryer.
The venting hob neatly sits within the existing chimney breast providing it is own recirculated air so we did not need to disturb the existing chimney to install further extraction. The island has created a central focal point, providing additional much needed worktop space and a sociable seating area for gatherings or breakfast dining. We just love the customer’s choice of tan leather bar stools which draws out the warm tones of the brick.
We are delighted with the end result of this project and we know that the family will enjoy their new kitchen for many years to come. If you are thinking of having a new kitchen installed in your home, please contact us today to arrange a free consultation.