The kitchen is the heartbeat of any home and as such is probably the hardest room to get just the way you want it. A wide and varied range in both style and budget make choosing a kitchen difficult and daunting.
The design, style and layout are crucial elements to consider before purchase. We can recommend suppliers based on your budget and design criteria then supply and/or install the kitchen of your dreams.
Rest assured there is a dream kitchen waiting for you, whatever your style or budget.
As part of a unique extension this ultra-modern kitchen provides ample storage and the integrated appliances and black mirror splashback maintain the sleek look.
The peninsula worktop gives an overview to the lounge and dining space beyond the kitchen and outward through the bi-fold doors to the deck and garden.
Stone worktops, fully integrated appliance and dual coloured frontages provide the modern feel while coordinated lighting, furniture and decor give that designer showroom quality.
A small extension only 1.4m wide completely changed the possibilities in this room. Altering the room from 3.6m wide to 4.8m wide provided the opportunity to be creative. Removal of the original partition into the dining room made the room even larger.
Installed in the former living room of this home the layout, choice of material and futuristic lighting used in this kitchen give that modern, designer look with a very reasonable budget.
This includes graphite frontages, white quartz worktop and teak island top
The island assembly includes the induction hob, integrated fridge and freezer and ample additional storage.
Graphite doors with a sparkle, white granite worktops and under worktop lighting add to a touch of class to this kitchen installed as part of a larger extension project. White splashbacks, stainless steel electrical fitting and ceiling mounted extractor maintain the modern design.
with on overview of the large living room and wall mounted TV form the island assembly it’s easy to keep track of those all-important football scores while doing the dishes.
Installed as part of larger extension project this dual coloured with granite worktops provides plenty storage and room to work. This design includes a range cooker with concealed extractor. built in wine rack American style fridge freezer, and over island lighting.
The click vinyl floor through to the extension beyond makes the rooms feel like one.
A thoughtful design can provide some additional storage and maintain a modern feel. This kitchen includes integrated appliances, and some pull out shelving when you open the doors to maximise storage and accessibility and even has room for a breakfast bar.
Extra tall larder and wall units maximise the storage space in this kitchen and still allow room for ample worktop space aided by the built-in microwave oven. The perfectly coordinated splashback, furniture and accessories give a bright, modern feel.
This traditional style dual coloured kitchen has all mod-cons including integrated appliances, built in microwave oven instant hot water tap and the all-important wine cooler. The built in extractor with units and overhanging shelf is a special feature here, while the tall larder unit is a clever way to conceal the boiler system.
The design utilises the original galley style kitchen space and part of the new extension space while leaving ample room for living or dining room furniture. The large patio and 3 separate skylights provide natural light while the strategically placed spotlights provide ample light for the dark nights.
Matching solid oak worktops with and oak floor maintain the classy, high quality look and feel while the French doors and open plan through to the lounge add to the spacious feel.
This spacious kitchen and dining room show you don’t need a light coloured, gloss finished kitchen to have a bright feel in the room. The matt charcoal doors have a very classy look and feel.