The clients built an extension to accommodate their new kitchen and living space. They were looking for a very sleek, contemporary and minimal look so liked the idea of a handleless kitchen to create flow. Their brief also included an island, to be as large as possible to incorporate seating for 6 and plenty of prepping space. They wanted white as the main colour but with an accent colour incorporated for contrast and so the design wasn’t too stark, so the Remo white handleless furniture was perfect, with graphite used on one side of the island.
There’s a lovely textural contrast with the open brickwork in the living area and the beautiful fire gives a feeling of warmth. There’s very much a sense of bringing the outside in, and on warmer days the doors fold back to open out to the garden.