Set in an 1850’s terraced cottage in West Yorkshire, the clients wanted to inject fun and character with their new kitchen design. The space has been extended by knocking through from the dining room. The clients are design-led and wanted to create a fresh modern feel, something bright and cheerful. They opted for glossy handleless Remo Beige teamed with complementary-toned worksurfaces. The space has an open feel as wall cabinets are kept to a absolute minimum around the bank of appliances.
The clients were quite brave in their interior scheme and used vivid fuschia as the accent colour, which is evident throughout the room. The look is a little quirky but that only adds to the charm. The use of materials is very considered, including feature wallpaper and open shelves on one wall and alcoves for recipe books. To keep the aesthetic uncluttered the radiator is slimline and there’s a hot boiling tap to avoid having a kettle permanently on display.