When Jeremy and Connie went in search of a kitchen designer, they had clear goals in mind. Style, practicality, colour and somewhere for their cat to chill out. They were fans of handleless German kitchens and wanted a minimal look that would stand the test of time. Jo was tasked with all aspects of the transformation, from floor tiles, to furniture, ceiling extraction and lighting.
This Lima Chestnut Basalt and Champagne Gloss combination works well in creating depth and space. This is complemented with a chunky Silestone worktop in Haiku. The 60mm slab makes a statement of solid beauty. The finishing touch is the glass splash back and cabinet panel in mulberry.
Considerable thought also went into the electrical specifications. Ceiling lighting, task lighting and mood lighting were all used to add form and function to the space. The appliances were by Hotpoint and Caple. Whilst the Westin extractor fan was specifically built to sit within the ceiling joists, eliminating the need for an additional bulk head.