The clients’ previous kitchen, although light timber cabinetry, made the room feel dark and enclosed. The main focus of the brief was therefore to create a scheme that was bright and light, and from a practical perspective, with plenty of storage and a sociable ambience. The Inzo white cabinetry, in a high gloss white finish, is surfaced with complementary Silestone Mont Blanc quartz worktops, instantly creating the airy feel. Glass cabinets and LED lights not only add interest and a display area to the design but also further enhance the sense of space and light. The gentle curves of the peninsular soften the lines whilst adding to the functionality of the kitchen, creating additional worksurface as well as a social focal point in the design.
The designer recommended clever pull-out storage systems, including the tandem larder and a smart Le Mans corner solution that makes the best use of the awkward corner cabinet. Streamlined integrated appliances keep the design lines clean and uncluttered. To keep a cohesive feel to the design the Inzo range has been used to create the built-in units and book case in the dining area.