David is a designer and already had a clear idea of what he wanted, but needed someone to share his vision and make it a reality.
Working with Michael, they tweaked David’s original concept and came up with this simple yet very elegant kitchen layout. The kitchen and dining room were originally 2 small rooms divided with a hallway and it was a dark area of the house even though it should have been capturing the sunlight. By knocking through all the walls and opening up the back wall of the house into a large window and patio doors David has completely changed the feel of the whole house.
This kitchen blended classic chic and contemporary perfectly with Acrylic gloss door with glass effect edge, recessed flush pull handle, white quartz worktop and a Blanco Silgranite undermounted sink with a Blanco Max tap. The key features that really bring this kitchen to life are the full glass splashback on hob wall and ceiling coving and vintage style lights above the island to give a classic chic feel to contemporary cabinetry.