Masterclass Kitchens Ashbourne Scots Grey. Classic shaker kitchen.
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Coastal Mist is our subtle shade of light blue. It’s a brilliant colour option if you’re looking to add a bit of soft colour to your new kitchen.
We installed it on this island to compliment the Scots Grey Larna cabinets. The open shelves and crate drawers are Portland Oak.
Our customer opted for our wonderful corner larder cabinet called The Lansbury. This cabinet can be seen in more detail in our showroom and in the video below.
From our 1st visit to the showroom to ask for ideas, through our multiple subsequent visits to plan a design with Paul, and then throughout the build, all the staff at Owen Williams have been a pleasure to work with. Always patient and accommodating with our ideas and they went above and beyond to ensure we got the appliances, worktop and splashback that we wanted despite the difficulties with availability and delivery during the Covid lock down. Everything was delivered and then fitted (by Dan) within our deadline. Customer service throughout has been exemplary and we would definitely recommend them without hesitation.5 star review from our customer.
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Larna in Scots Grey and Sutton in Coastal Mist in Barlstone, Leicestershire fitted by Owen Williams Kitchens
H Line Sutton in Scots Grey and Ligna in Mayfield Oak fitted in Ashby-de-la-Zouch by Owen Williams Kitchens.
This Coastal Mist kitchen makes me crave the seaside even more than ever!
‘Coastal Mist’ is such a soft and dreamy shade of blue. This colour combined with the silk texture of the Sutton door just adds to the feeling created in this happy family home. Teaming it with ‘Scots Grey’ doors and Minerva ‘Ice Crystal’ worktops just adds to the freshness of the room. Hints of warmth were provided by the ‘Portland Oak’ open units.
This is an example of one of our larger-scale projects. Before the beautiful kitchen could be created in Ashby, a lot of building work took place so Dave was in his element!
The existing kitchen units and appliances were removed, as were the old floor tiles. The existing back door was removed and bricked up and the window was replaced. A structural, load-bearing wall that was dividing the kitchen from the dining room was removed and a new supporting steel was fitted. The ceiling in the kitchen was removed, re-boarded and plastered to match the height of the dining area ceiling height and the room was plastered.
New bi-fold doors were fitted to link to the rest of the downstairs space, a new opening into the utility room was created and the under-stairs cupboard was made bigger by altering the studwork slightly.
There was no denying that a job like this was going to be messy but as always Dave took all the precautions he could to ensure that the rest of the house was untouched by the disruption. As a team we are very conscious that these are our customer’s homes and not building sites and we often receive feedback from customers stating how tidy and respectful our staff are when in their homes.
Once Dave had packed up his tools and left, in came Dan to fit the Sutton furniture in Coastal Mist and Scots Grey, and appliances with all the attention to detail that he is famous for. Steve came in to deal with anything electrical.
We were pleased and proud to have taken on this whole project from organising the building regulations on behalf of the customer to take the hassle out of it for them, right through to completion.
Contact Us to make an appointment to discuss your new kitchen project at our showroom in Coalville, Leicestershire.
If you are interested in seeing more coastal mist or other blue kitchens or want some more inspiration on creating your own dream kitchen take a look at some Real Kitchens on the Masterclass website. You can also order a brochure here.