Polar White design-glass doors with Terra Oak tall units and chrome quartz worktops – North London
To create an uncluttered, modern handle less kitchen incorporating an island and a split level breakfast bar within a light, open plan kitchen / dining room extension.
With a young toddler in the household the finishes needed to be very durable and easy to maintain but still be ultra glossy and light reflective, our Design-glass doors in Polar White fitted the bill perfectly.
The focal point of this kitchen was always going to be the island, the hob was positioned so that cooking would be a social affair, family or friends could sit at the breakfast bar while meals were being prepared. We built a dropped section of ceiling and installed a remote controlled ducted extractor above the hob to keep cooking odours to a minimum in the rest of the room.
The tall units and oven housings were built into a wall recess to give a sleek look to the kitchen and also to make the most of the space, finished in Terra Oak veneer they provide a stunning contrast to the Polar White glass base units.
The quartz worktop (Silestone) was specified to be only 20mm thick instead of the usual 30mm which helped to accentuate the stainless steel handle-less channel and give a less chunky, more delicate looking edge detail to the island.
What the customer said
“We recently had our kitchen designed, supplied and fitted by Ed and Jamie and we’re absolutely thrilled with the result.
The kitchen was always going to be the focal point of our newly refurbished house in North West London and so we were desperately keen to get it right.
Ed was fantastic the whole way through from initial designs, appliance advice etc, to the final installation. He is extremely patient and flexible whilst also being very personable and easy to deal with.
Jamie and Ed are very professional and it was great to be able to do business with them – Highly recommended!”