Having lived with a traditional, cathedral-arched oak kitchen, the clients wanted to inject a much fresher and more modern feel to their space. It was really important to hide some unsightly boxing in the room and also to make more of storage opportunities. They chose Remo Porcelain for its inherent simplicity and strong linear design, opting for taller wall and larder units, infilled to the ceiling to remove gaps and make cleaning easier as well as maximising storage potential.
A mix of pull-out wirework and conventional shelving was chosen for ease of access and also for a considered mix of storage possibilities. New lighting was added to the ceiling and a contemporary tall square radiator, in place of the existing panel radiator, to match the new kitchen. The existing kitchen looked very busy and cluttered, due to the fully tiled walls and dark units. To enhance the sense of space, in the new design, the walls were skimmed and painted giving a brighter, fresher feel to the room.