Our client wanted to open two rooms to create a large kitchen diner space. A complete redesign of the sapce was needed with planning for structural and building work, keeping in mind the requirements for light and openness.
The project included removal or a wall and chimney breast to open the two rooms into one seamless space, this also required planning for the insertion of steels and plates to support the structure. A false ceiling with modern spotlights was installed to create more evenly distributed lighting and was carefully designed to ensure that the rooms original ceiling cornice was preserved.
The client chose a modern handleless door in gloss cream to match in with the original flooring which he was keen to keep. The floor itself was restored, cleaned and original tiles were sourced by the client to complete the area of flooring where the wall used to be.
The finished room features textured Quartz 'Gravel' worktops and a unique shaped splashback, a convenient hot water tap and curved kitchen end units to create a seamless and soft fusion between the kitchen and dining space. Neff appliances have been used throughout as per the clients brief including oven, microwave, hob and angled hood.
A real feature of this room is the handmade oak veneered shalving. Designed to break up the run of tall units, the shelving was handcarfted on site with integrated LED strip lighting to give the client some unique placed display space.