Staffordshire Kitchens & Bedrooms

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Designer's Tips

Breakfast bars don't have to be square or round. Modern manufacturing techniques enable almost any shape to be created, like our 'Comma' design shown here.

 

Need extra headroom when standing at your hob? Angled extractor hoods are a great solution as they angle away from the head, unlike traditional chimney extractors that sit horizontally.

Kitchen Specification

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Flooring:

Fresco Beige

Compac Quartz - Trend Dim Grey

Neff

LeMans Corner Pull-out, Base Pull-outs, LED Lighting, Black Glass Splashback.

Franke ARX160 undermounted sink & Olympus Tap. ISE instant hot water tap.

Karndean

Fresco Beige - November 2012

Fresco Beige - November 2012

Installed: April 2013

Recent Project

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Design Brief

 

The existing builders kitchen was a simple 'U' shape with a small island that failed to inspire. Therefore our brief was to create the 'wow factor' that the kitchen and house deserved. A new island unit had to provide practical storage, preparation space and a breakfast bar to encourage socialising. We wanted to make this the focal point of the room, so we designed a unique timber breakfast bar providing seating for three. An 'L' shape run of units wrapped around the island to create short walking distances between different zones. The existing appliances were updated to a sleek five zone induction hob and side-by-side ovens. A wine cooler and built-under fridge were hidden in the island unit. The adjoining dining room was incorporated into the kitchen by widening an archway and continuing the flooring through to create an open-plan feel.