Having recently purchased the house the clients were keen to put their stamp on the interior and a priority was to replace the very dated kitchen. Removing an internal wall between the existing kitchen and dining room created a large open-plan kitchen to better suit their family needs. Key elements of the brief were a light and airy ambience plus improved and plentiful storage. The colour palette throughout the downstairs living space has a neutral base so the Inzo cabinetry complements this perfectly.
To fulfil the demand for extra storage, lots of clever mechanisms were used to maximise the space, such as revolvo carousels, tandem larders and le-mans corner solutions. Bi-fold doors were fitted across the back wall, this creates a flow to the scheme and draws the eye into the kitchen. Glass splashbacks were chosen to further enhance the light and fresh feel of the room.