Going open plan can provide a kitchen and living space which can become the most used rooms in the house.
Here the client extended the kitchen along with other areas of the house to create an open plan kitchen and breakfast room.
They wanted to create a family environment that would suit everyone in the household.
We finalised the kitchen design quickly and easily as the available area made it easy to work with.
The customer knew the layout they liked so we just worked together to finalise the details.
There was some boxing to the rear of the hob so we moved the units forward to conceal this so we could achieve the even flow of units across the back wall.
We extended the worktop on the island arrangement to create a seating area.
They chose a glass back splash to the rear behind the hob which we had templated to include cut outs for the plug sockets they required.
They chose a dark wood effect panelling and plinth to work as a contrast against the gloss magnolia doors.
The kitchen manufacturer we used was our German offering, Rotpunkt. We used Siemens appliances and a Quartz worktop with a glass back splash along the length of the hob run.