When our clients Steve and Julie moved in to their new home, they knew one of the first things they wanted to do was to change the kitchen. Whilst the in-frame, pippy oak kitchen installed by the previous owner was undoubtedly of high quality, it just wasn't to their tastes. We arranged the sale of the old kitchen through https://www.usedkitchenexchange.co.uk who professionally dismantled the kitchen and delivered it to it's new owner. Meanwhile, the money Steve and Julie received was put towards the modern, clean handle-less kitchen you see here!
We fitted our Lumina high-gloss white units on the main kitchen, with our textured Madoc Chalkwood on the island. Our painted handle rails, shown here in Highland Stone, are a great way to add colour to a neutral palette, and are a nice alternative to the standard aluminium rails. The clean, crisp look follows through to the Silestone White Storm worktops, in which we fitted two matching Silestone Integrity sinks, which look stunning.
To finish things off, we fitted a full glass splashback colour matched to the Highland Stone handle rails, along with an 1810 Spirale tap, with matching coloured hose.