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Malmo Graphite Gloss

The Brief

Christina & Wayne came to us looking for a monochrome kitchen. As a busy family they needed to have an organised space and place for everything, especially changing from an enclosed kitchen to an open plan kitchen. Christina also needed this space to be low maintenance to maximise their time enjoying the new family space rather than cleaning it!

Budget: £20,000

Includes: Kitchen units, quartz worktop, appliances and installation of units.

Designer's Tips

By maximising drawer space rather than shelf space you will be able to easily house and access all of your items with easy. This will make unorganised scrambling in units a thing of the past.

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Otto Matt & Driftwood

The Brief

Hayley and Nick opened up their kitchen and dining room to create a larger room that would utilise the entire depth of the house thus wanted a bright, airy and contemporary kitchen to enhance the fresh space and additional light that this created. The design needed to be budget-conscious without compromising style and practical enough for the whole family.

Budget: £32,000

Includes: Supply & fit - Including building work, electrics, plastering, flooring, decorating, appliances, units and worktops.

Designer's Tips

Combining stylish matt painted slab doors with natural tones like driftwood can be a great way to create a clean and bright space without losing warmth.

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Light Grey Malmo

The Brief

Debbie and Ian were finding their existing kitchen cluttered and impractical, particularly with teenage children to accommodate. They wanted plenty of worktop space and ample storage, a separate space for doing the laundry and a convenient seating area for the whole family to enjoy.

Budget: £18,000

Includes: Supply & fit including building work, electrics, plastering, flooring and decorating.

Designer's Tips

Removing just the smallest of partitioning walls can create the most accessible of kitchen spaces. The wall removal here created a huge impact and added a great deal of space that would have otherwise been wasted.

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