This client’s kitchen was quite dark and dated. Their vision was a brighter, lighter more modern open space. They told us they wanted to get rid of the ‘mantel.’ The old kitchen had a corner cooker with a large mantel/cooker hood. They wanted the sink central to the large, picture kitchen window and they wanted to retain the brick breakfast bar that had been built by the customer and his father, some years before for sentimental reasons.
Fine Finish Kitchens designed and manufactured a totally bespoke almond veneered kitchen, with a couple of truly unique features. The clients choose a lay on door for the kitchen design, as it gives a slightly more contemporary look. Due to the kitchen being slightly dark part of the kitchen renovation included boarding the ceiling and fitting new lighting (the customer arranged for this work to be carried out). Instead of tiles a tinted glass splashback was fitted behind the cooker.
Key Design Features:
A bank of units was fitted down one side of the kitchen; these units have curved corners and curved glass doors on either end. The cupboards were then fitted with lights. Curves create softer modern lines and add interest and warmth. It’s fair to say that curves can have an impact on budget; they are not the run of the mill kitchen feature. They look amazing as part of this kitchen, they are unique and bespoke to their kitchen and create a real wow factor.
The kitchen is fitted with a corian sink with a stainless steel base as a hot tap was also fitted. Corian sinks are functional, durable, stain resistant, hygienic, easy care and seamless, perfect when it is clean lines you are after. The kitchen also has a corian upstand.
If there is something in particular that you would really like, do let us know. As a kitchen manufacturer the chances are we can incorporate your ideas. This client wanted to design his own cutlery drawers, this was incorporated with no problem, and the customers even choose the green inlay that went into the drawers, a lovely personal touch.