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This kitchens has to be seen to really appreciate how stunning it is, the vibrant yellow and the dark grey look fantastic together. It has a retro 60,s feel to it with the readed glass doors to the wall cabinet and the painted brick walls.


These include.
Flush LED under cabinet lighting ,
Bespoke cutlery divider,
unique design wine rack,
All cabinets appear to be as one,
Matching backs to open sections of wall cabinets,
Readed glass,
spacious bi-fold door corner cabinet.
Bespoke wooden pull out bottle rack.


This fantastic 70s built bungalow which has been extensively remodelled. Ceilings removed and a large extension in a very minimalistic style which my kitchen sits exceptionally well in. Douglas Fur wide plank flooring is fitted throughout the property which goes really well with the birch plywood of the kitchen and utility room.


This kitchen is handleless but has a section of the cabinet edge routers out to allow the doors and drawers to be opened. The breakfast/drinks area with a boiling water tap set in a section of the quartz worktop. Doors that can be slid back into the cabinet out of the way, an LED strip light also comes on when the door is opened.No space wasted in the corner of the tall units, this 'L' shaped unit with bifold doors is absolutely massive inside and very accessible. Also with a matching top section.The hob has an integral extractor, the cabinet it sits in was specially constructed to allow two full depth drawers below and be able to duct the air to outside.


This ground floor of this property was transformed by moving the staircase over to the party wall and removing some internal walls to leave a good size area for a family type room incorporating the kitchen. The is light and open with no wall cabinet and including a large island. The colours match perfectly, the grey of the cabinet doors with the quartz worktops and the birch ply with the wooden floor.


The doors and drawers are handleless and are opened by just pushing the door or drawer front lightly. This achieved with the "Blum Tip-On System". All the drawers are made from birch plywood and are constructed using dovetail joints. Either side of the oven cabinet is small larders with internal drawers and spice/bottle rack to each door with adjustable shelving behind. The boiler is hidden in the corner to the left of the window with a large access door. The island is made up of three wide drawer cabinets the centre one incorporating the hob which has an integral extractor. Doors have been installed below the staircase creating a large storage area. To the left of this are two huge cabinets one of which the fuse board is housed with internal doors hiding it. There is also a hanging rail for coats, with storage above. The next one has the washer dryer with shelves above and more storage over that.

Some of the Areas Covered
Earls Court
Virginia Water
Englefield Green
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