Here are some pictures of the starlight brown quartz kitchen with caple sense premium appliances we recently fitted.
One of the first jobs was to take out the dividing stud wall between existing kitchen/diner to create an open-plan space that allowed light in from both window and what was French doors.
Another view showing how much additional natural light filled the new space. It’s always difficult achieving this with north-facing kitchens.
Walking in from the new Orangery into the kitchen area now gives clear, unbroken views of the entire room.
As a keen cook, the client wanted a central cooking position with adequate prep space. The island, which forms the centrepiece of the kitchen ticks all those boxes.
With the position of a number of internal doors and windows, fitting all the appliances into tall units and between walls meant that views were not compromised across the room. In what was a totally unique layout, the client gave us a list of appliances they wanted in the bank of tall units and it was up to us to make it work – the finished item looked even better than we anticipated.
Even the laundry has its own area. A washing machine & tumble dryer are tucked neatly away behind doors.