Brief: This project was part of the renovation of a captivating period property. The home is an elegant representation of architecture built for the gentry at the end of the Victorian era. Since the extension to the house has a contemporary character, this presented the challenge of designing a kitchen that would complement both the classic and modern styles.
Design: To reflect the characteristics of the construction, we used Platinum from the Leicht Ceres-C Range accompanied by a hand finished concrete surface in Brasilia on the island from the Concrete-C range. A breakfast bar in Limes Oak with matching cladding on the front is reminiscent of a timeless fashion that draws everything together. The worktops are Dekton Keon, which radiates a naturalness that is appropriate for modern environments.
Brief: Due to the property location and surrounding woods, the motivation behind this kitchen was that it was essential to bring the feeling of the natural beauty indoors. The organic ambience should overlay the realisation of a contemporary kitchen with plenty of storage and modern functionality. The result is an amazing coming together of state of the art kitchen functionality with a comforting rustic atmosphere.
Design: The dark wood Noyer finish, from the Leicht Synthia range combined with a contrasting light concrete effect for the island with the Ikono range in Keraton, was the perfect combination. The Dekton worktops in Halo generate the ideal amount of reflection, which helps maintain natural light sources throughout the day along with complimenting the matt door finish. Built-in extraction on the Bora induction hob eliminates the need for a noisy and intrusive overhead extractor unit. Along with a suite of Siemens appliances, the kitchen is complete with the new Quooker Flex instant hot water tap.
Brief: This brief from this client was to design a kitchen for a bungalow in Leigh On Sea, Essex. The space originally comprised of a kitchen and dining space divided by a half height wall. As the kitchen space was quite small and the dining space rarely used we came up with the idea of knocking down the dividing wall and making one large kitchen space. Initially we thought we would be left with a supporting beam which the island was designed around and which can be seen in the graphics but this was not needed in the end.
Design: We supplied a Leicht kitchen with door range Sirius-C in a Sand Grey gloss colour. The design includes a Bora induction hob with built-in extraction and full Siemens pack. The worktops are Calacatta Gold from Silestone and feature a breakfast bar and back splash in an antique oak finish.
Brief: Aisling and David wanted a modern and bright kitchen in their brand new house extension.
Design:The final kitchen design is definitely a show stopper. The extension has a huge glass wall on one side allowing natural light shine on the bright and contemporary Kube kitchen. The white Corian worktops are a key feature on the unique island and teamed with the dark oak, the kitchen is truly individual - perfect for family living or entertaining alike.
Brief: Mr and Mrs McCarthy were extending their living space and required a new kitchen. Their current kitchen was traditional. Inspired by the design ideas they saw on Houzz, they wanted a more contemporary look but needed some help to make the vision a reality.
Design: Due to the size of the room, an extra-large island incorporating family dining was required. In order to achieve this, the design incorporated a split level island with a Silestone Blanco Zeus worktop which helped to define the kitchen and dining areas. Mr and Mrs McCarthy wanted to keep the Aga from their old kitchen and use it to create a feature in the room.
The appliances are Siemens and the extractor is a down-draft model, which means it is hidden in the island when not in use. The look is completed with aquamarine stools from Calligaris, also available at Kube.