A softer approach to contemporary design.
Our latest kitchen project fits snugly into the contemporary category, with its sleek lines and calming colour palette.
The star feature of our latest project is the curved kitchen island, which forms the focal point in this large family kitchen diner. What makes it unusual (and a first for us!) is that we have faceted the curve rather than a smooth curve that you find in some of our previous designs.
We also made sure to design the island to have many different uses, including a food prep and cook area, as well as a split-level circular breakfast bar that provides the homeowners with an informal eating area that has been clearly defined away from the rest of the island.
Our team of designers wanted to bring a softer approach to contemporary design, and have done so by using high gloss acrylic cabinetry, which has been finished with integrated stainless steel handles. We also opted for a Quartz worktop in Tuscan Dawn by Caeserstone which worked so well with the colour of the cabinets.
Hands up if you love the idea of being able to quickly hide your family’s breakfast mess? Well, luckily this kitchen allows the homeowners to do so! We fitted a smart breakfast pantry, which has been concealed behind on-trend pocket doors. Making the most of the space and accessibility, the breakfast pantry has everything this family needs for a hectic morning including a coffee machine and toaster, which sits neatly on a pull-out shelf, and can be easily used when in a rush.
Finally, our team were asked to create a striking matching window seat and TV cabinet in order to bring the whole room together. The TV unit also had a specially designed Optimyst fireplace which gives all the real effects of a fireplace – complete with lighting and water vapour – just without the heat.