Our clients wanted to knock through between their kitchen and living room to create a large, open family living space. The kitchen needed to house a full range of appliance, a breakfast bar with seating for 4 and still have lots of storage. They wanted a mix of light and dark cabinetry and vintage oak laminate worktops and panels. .
The key to this design was to make sure that all the space available was used to the maximum this meant adding high cabinetry to reach the ceiling allowing more storage. Knocking down the kitchen wall into the living space was a great idea and this gave the room a more spacious and open plan look. The cabinetry is stain taupe which houses the oven, larder, freezer and fridge, and low cabinetry. Then the wall units are dark concrete/graphite, mixing the dark and light cabinetry, brings out the wow factor in this kitchen. The worktops and panels are vintage oak laminate. The main seating area is around the breakfast bar. The overall effect is a great kitchen with a high degree of functionality and lots of well-designed storage.
How it worked out
This kitchen worked out great not only is it made from high-end materials it was planned to make to make sure it had plenty of storage and all the appliances they needed. This kitchen was a great success and was made easier working with such lovely clients who were fully on-board in working with the designer and fitters to make sure this kitchen design and fit went smoothly.
Clients voice “We could not recommend Black Rok enough, from the first contact through to completion, we could not fault them and cannot thank them enough for visualising and delivering our dream kitchen. Jamie was brilliant from the start, he fully understood our requirements that he translated into a design ( in one attempt) which was our dream kitchen. Ed who managed the installation, would always visit to ensure all was going to plan but also to run his experienced eye over the quality of work. Jake and Zac ( our fitters) were super professional, courteous and perfectionists”.