A warm and homely space
For this project our customers had a clear idea of what they wanted from their new kitchen, but were also open to our own suggestions for materials and furnishings. With plans to rent out their property in the future, Reec and Steve wanted their room to be open and sociable in a neutral-warm colour scheme to complement the rest of their home.
The main furniture in this kitchen comes from the Pronorm Classicline range. Gloss Vanilla and matte Sonoma Oak melamine door fronts with stainless steel handles offer a great mix of contemporary style – without being stark.
Polished “Ivory” porcelain from the Gemini Eagle range covers the floor which goes perfectly with the 38mm thick DuPont Corian solid surface that adorns the circular table and top cladding of the booth seating. The circular seating area was designed as a convenient seating arrangement for both adults and children can sit while cooking or other work is being done. We put a lot of effort into the design of this area to ensure that our customer was fully satisfied.
Although we were restricted by the straight back of the booth (due to its material), we were able to curve the furniture internally to create a bespoke and seamlessly integrated solution.
As a young family, Reec and Steve took a practical approach to the new kitchen and this has resulted in an appealing yet functional outcome. Even with its intentionally wide appeal, this kitchen has some great features and designs based on sensible decisions, for example existing the appliances were re-used from the old kitchen but the fridge and freezer was replaced by newer Siemens products.
With carefully chosen lighting and a handful of decorations, this incredibly flexible room really does look fantastic.