Staffordshire Kitchens & Bedrooms

skb

P4104195

Designer's Tips

Having multiple ovens can lead to a large bank of tall housings, which in some rooms can be over-powering. Midi-height housings can be used to create the feeling of space, whilst still maintaining a comfortable height for the appliances.

 

In some situations it is impossible to fit a vented ceiling extractor. However a downdraft extractor that is installed below the worktop, rising from the surface when required, is a great solution.

 

Kitchen Specification

Range:

Worktops:

Appliances:

Accessories:

Sink & Taps:

Flooring:

Avant Alabaster

Granite - Zimbabwe Black

Neff & De Dietrich

LeMans Corner Pull-out, Base Pull-outs, LED Lighting, Shelf Lights, Pop-up socket.

Franke sinks & Franke Olympus Tap. ISE hot water tap.

Polished Porcelain Tiles

Avant Alabaster - October 2012

Installed: April 2013

Recent Project

Main Menu < Previous Project Next Project >

Design Brief

 

A small traditional kitchen was generously extended by the home owners, creating a large open-plan space. Our brief was to design a contemporary kitchen that would become the hub of the home, where family and friends could gather. Cooking is an important part of life and so an impressive bank of ovens was installed, offering a multitude of options. These were complimented by a large induction hob and gas Wok Domino, positioned in a peninsular that extended into the room. Both were served by a futuristic Downdraft extractor that rose from the surface when required. Opposite, a seating area for two stools provided an area for relaxation. Curved units created a natural flow through the room and softened the corners. The Pièce de résistance was provided by a stunning mosaic wall tile that perfectly complimented the Alabaster cabinetry.