Designed and installed by: Timbercraft Keynsham, Bristol

Budget: £16k - £20k see more in this price range

Kitchen style used


The Brief

Following an extensive renovation of their 1950’s bungalow, the clients wanted a classic kitchen teamed with modern appliances and plenty of storage. The colour scheme needed to complement the decor in the dining-living area for a cohesive look through the open-plan space. Milbourne Almond offered a cost-effective alternative to a painted timber door and with its chunky frame and slightly textured finish it looks and feels completely authentic. Stunning black granite worktops contrast beautifully with the neutral-toned cabinetry, walls and flooring.

Designer's Tips

Planning ample storage was key to the design’s success and this was achieved with two Le Mans corner systems, plus under-sink storage ensuring every inch of space is used effectively.  Tall housings flank the ovens, with a built-in fridge and handy broom cabinet one side and a pull-out larder on the other. The boiler was housed in a cabinet at the end of the run with space beneath for hiding away small appliances such as the toaster, keeping worktops clutter-free.

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