Designed and installed by: Timbercraft Keynsham, Bristol

Budget: £20k and over see more in this price range

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The Brief

The clients wanted to improve the functionality of their new kitchen and also make it a more comfortable place to eat, entertain and relax.  Removing a wall between the original kitchen and dining room created the large open-plan space, and bi-fold doors replaced a window to create access and a view out to the garden. A homely, earthy scheme was the brief so the new almond colour in the Shaker Broadoak fitted the bill, being a classic style with enduring appeal.

Designer's Tips

As there’s plenty of natural light in the room darker colours were introduced with the contrasting ‘Sonora’ Corian worktops and complementary-toned floor tiles adding depth to the design. Being a multi-functional space, all the tall housings are together so as not to overpower the room. The layout is very practical, a cook’s kitchen with dedicated prep areas and ample hidden storage solutions. The island’s curved edges are an elegant design touch offering a softer look when the room becomes the entertaining hub.


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