This newly renovated house in County Down benefits from beautiful views over Belfast Lough the brief was to make the most of this whilst creating a great open plan space for the family and entertaining friends.
These were returning clients and they loved their previous kitchen and were keen to replicate the Germanic look but wanted to soften the overall look. The colour palette for the whole house was grey and this was the starting point for this design.
Satin grey door front were mixed with a grey washed pine the wood brought in new depth to the design and was used in the recessed tall housings and other features throughout the kitchen. Distressed metal handrails and shelf supports were bespoke items that completes the softer look the client was keen to achieve.
A curved island was chosen and an off set corian breakfast bar at one end, set at an angle so users could enjoy the stunning views. “This is by far my most favourite feature in the kitchen. Brian had described the breakfast bar as pebble shaped in its design and the smoothed edge is exactly like that. I love the contrast with the worktops.” Dekton was used through the rest of the kitchen, it’s scratch, heat and stain resistant properties make it an ideal choice.
Siemens studio line appliances were chosen for this busy household who love to cook and enjoy the flexibility of steam cooking.