Kitchen Portfolio

Take a look through some of our recently completed projects below
Modern Dust Grey Matt
Handleless Kitchen

The kitchen was installed after our clients had added a rear extension to create an open plan living kitchen enabling those family members busy in the kitchen to remain part of the family action rather than being tucked away in a separate room – a particularly great layout for evenings and weekends with young families.

 

The design utilises dust grey matt handleless doors and black mirror chip quartz for a contemporary design which makes for a smooth transition into the living area part of the room. Careful planning and some made to measure units allowed us to work the island around the steel supporting pillar and provide a sociable “L” shaped breakfast bar for family dining.

 

Appliances include a Siemens WiFi oven and combination microwave oven with an induction hob make family meals a breeze along with Siemens fridge, freezer and dishwasher. An 1810 Company LuxsoPlus Duo sink and Curvato tap complement the clean lines of the design.

 

Rivington Oak Shaker gives a timeless contemporary style

 

This kitchen was part of a rear extension project in Chelford. 

We were involved with the design of the kitchen from an early stage to assist our customers to visualise how their new kitchen would look in the new larger space.

 

Our customers chose the simple lines of the Rivington door to have a kitchen which will provide durability in terms of both looks and use.

 

Accessorising with a contemporary polished handle gives the design an up to date style and the Ivory Fantasy granite keeps the room light and bright.

 

Siemens appliances including a tall integrated fridge, IQ700 pyroclean oven, combi microwave oven, induction hob and dishwasher ensure cooking is a breeze. A Blum space tower provides ample storage for store cupboard essentials and the Franke Fragranite sink complements the Ivory Fantasy work surfaces.

 

A breakfast bar provides space for people to sit and chat with the chef of the house and provides a transition from the kitchen to living areas.

Bold Colours Create Impact

 

We recently completed the installation of a kitchen as part of a kitchen/diner extension in Poynton.

 

The clients had opened up the original kitchen by adding an extension to include a dining area and bifold doors out to the garden. They wanted to create a light and bright space, perfect for a young family by day and entertaining friends by night.

The clients opted for Kitchen Stori Aldana ash shaker doors painted in the rich tone of Viridian Green which we paired with oak finish cabinets. The design incorporates the traditional elements of a Belfast sink and Stoves Richmond 60cm mini range cooker. We made a feature of the american fridge/freezer by surrounding it with a pair of larder units. This not only provides plenty of storage but also helps to draw the existing kitchen and new dining extension together to make it feel like one larger space.  

The design was finished off with White Arabesque quartz which was an excellent complement to the Viridian doors, a Siemens dishwasher and wine cooler.

This kitchen is an excellent example of how choosing a bold colour from our range of paint colours creates a kitchen with real impact.

Cream Gloss Kitchen

We recently designed and supplied a kitchen in High Lane as part of a refurbishment project by Couch Property. Our clients wanted to remove the wall between the kitchen and dining room to create a more open plan space. After obtaining a design from one of the big box retailers that didn’t meet their expectations they were looking for a design that better utilised the space available.

We suggested that the existing position of the utility room door was restricting the kitchen layout and that by centralising it we could produce a double galley layout which optimised the use of the space allowing for a bank of tall units incorporating a space tower larder system, oven housing and fridge/freezer. The opposite side had plenty of space for the sink and prep area.

 

The finished kitchen design used cream acrylic gloss doors with 3D contrast edging with true-handleless rails to produce a modern yet durable design. The kitchen was finished off with AEG appliances; 1810 Shard Duo granite sink and Curvato filter tap; Star Galaxy granite by SimplicityGranite with stylish contrasting glass splashbacks by ProGlass4.

 

Sometimes the success of a project needs an alternative approach that looks beyond the existing room layout to create the optimal kitchen design for your needs.

Ashbury Ash Painted Shaker Kitchen

This client in Alderley Edge wanted a light and bright update to replace the existing dark wood traditional kitchen.

 

The new design used Ashbury ash shaker doors painted in light grey complimented with Simplicity Granite White Marble quartz work surfaces.

 

The customer chose Neff appliances and we relocated the oven to the other side of the kitchen into a bank of tall units. This created more space around the hob and a more open aspect from the dining end of the kitchen.

 

The bank of tall units also incorporated a space tower larder to maximise easy access storage and a Neff integrated fridge/freezer. 

Light Grey Painted Shaker Kitchen

Looking to create an open plan kitchen diner? Let these photos of one of our kitchens installed in Bollington give you some inspiration.

 

It was really important for our clients to incorporate kitchen and dining to maximise social usage of the space. A contemporary shaker kitchen with breakfast bar seating and media unit were important stipulations of the brief.

 

We used a light grey smooth painted shaker door which was teamed with Simplicity Granite black mirror chip quartz. The client’s choice of wooden Karndean flooring adds warmth and texture to the overall scheme making it an inviting hub of the home to spend time with the family.

Two-tone Ashbury Ash Shaker Kitchen
 

Our customer in Wilmslow decided to vastly extend their kitchen to the side and back incorporate a dining area meaning we could fit this contemporary two-tone shaker kitchen in a mix of bluebell and matt white with pure white quartz work surfaces.

The customer had always wanted a Rangemaster cooker and a Belfast sink and we were happy to oblige. Other appliances include a Siemens dishwasher, cooker hood, washing machine and wall mounted microwave.

 

A colour matched glitter painted splashback supplied by ProGlass4 finishes the scheme. A great example of how a splash of colour can add that impact to the overall look of your new kitchen.

Madison Stone Shaker Kitchen

This Madison Stone painted ash shaker kitchen was designed to fit into a rear extension of a house on the Villas development in Macclesfield which replaced the small original kitchen with a much more open space for our customer to enjoy cooking, socialising and relaxing.

The stone colour contrasts well with pale work surfaces whilst providing a warm, inviting earthy tone to the kitchen, a space the customer is now much more happier to occupy.

The ever-popular Madison Stone doors are complimented with Simplicity Granite Snow Glitz quartz and Siemens appliances including gas hob, cooker hood, IQ500 double oven and integrated dishwasher, no frost fridge/freezer and washing machine.

The ProGlass4 splashback fits perfectly between the wall units and is colour matched to a Famous Brand to tone in with the kitchen doors. 

White and Graphite Gloss Kitchen

This stunning family kitchen we fitted in Prestbury has white high gloss handleless doors with contrasting graphite gloss to the island to give a sleek and modern feel. The kitchen and utility both have Snow Glitz quartz from Simplicity Granite.

 

High on the customers "must have" list was that we incorporate a family dining space into the kitchen so we installed a specially fabricated powder coated table frame which supports the drop down table at the end of the island topped in matching quartz providing ample room for the family to gather at mealtimes

 

The full width glass doors of the Siemens ovens and microwave give an uninterrupted flow when fitted in a row as you will see. The black glass styling of appliances is also carried through to the Siemens induction hob and Franke Maris plus angled cooker hood.

 

We’ve attached an image from our initial CAD design which shows how our design software is able to help you visualise your completed project.

Classic Shaker Style Kitchen

 

Our customers updated their kitchen with a light shaker style. The addition of the island unit has made the kitchen a more sociable space and the oak work surface to the island adds an extra touch of warmth and texture to the design. 

This design uses Madison Stone painted shaker doors with prime oak on the island and mercury grey quartz worktops. Appliances included a Neff oven, gas hob and cooker hood.

Contemporary Carbon Grey
Ashbury Shaker Kitchen

Here is a kitchen we fitted in Alderley Edge.

The customer wanted a contemporary shaker kitchen design which would suit an open plan living kitchen area in a modernised period property. The contrast of old and new works really well here.

 

Details such as the antique copper handles give a sophisticated look when set against the Arabesque quartz.

 

The choice of a telescopic cooker hood allows for a straight run of units over the undermount sink and Siemens gas hob.

 

The island provides a great prep area as well as breakfast bar seating for the family to socialise.

Eastdon Ash Shaker Kitchen

This customer wanted to create a kitchen/diner, so we removed a wall to open up a small kitchen and dining room into one larger, more practical and stylish space for cooking, entertaining and relaxing.

The design used Eastdon ash shaker doors painted in Calico on the kitchen and a complimentary light grey to the dresser in the dining area. Appliances included a Siemens oven, gas hob and cooker hood.

Finishing touches included a DQ Cove anthracite radiator, Simplicity Granite Ltd silver grey granite and Pro Glass 4  splashback across the hob wall.

 

We've added a couple of photos of the original kitchen so you can get a better idea of how the space has been transformed.