The clients’ brief was for a contemporary, spacious kitchen for their new extension. They particularly wanted to mix a variety of materials and textures. After careful consideration they chose the Remo White handleless kitchen, appreciating its clean lines and the symmetry that could be achieved. Other materials included quartz and timber worktops and a steel splashback. An important consideration was to ensure a seamless flow around the room, being mindful of different wall depths, a disused chimney breast, as well as a central pillar.
With rebated areas and central pillars the room had some challenges so the designer proposed a mix of curves and angled units to create focal points and maximise the space. With a limited number of wall units, the introduction of a tambour unit meant everyday items could be hidden away.