Rejuvenating a tired kitchen which has served you well but needs upgrading is commonplace.
But this project was an example of how working together with the client can produce terrific results and tick all the boxes.
As well as removing a dated 1980s kitchen, the project involved new ceramic floor tiles, plumbing and electrics.
The design was based on a tall bank containing ovens and refrigeration as well as an L-shaped run with sink and hob zones.
The customer wanted to maximise both storage and worktop space and a clean uncluttered appearance.
Short wide wall units give a very streamlined look and wide drawers at lower level provide plenty of easily accessible storage.
The new utility room was basic in design, providing a laundry area, additional refrigeration and an overflow for storage.
The kitchen furniture was a German handleless oak veneered slab door in the kitchen and a gloss ivory slab door with handle in the utility room.
Kitchen worktops were 20mm quartz and those in the utility room were 40mm laminate.
Miele appliances a Blanco sink and a Franke tap completed the look, and the client supplied metallic look mosaic tiles and a freestanding table.