Being a good listener is a vital part of my role as a kitchen designer. It's important to understand the needs and desires of the client. Everyone is unique and I'll never take a cookie cutter approach to any of my design work. With this kitchen project, I needed to create a light and bright design that looked great without dominating the space. Whilst my clients wanted a beautiful kitchen full of practical features, they didn't necessarily want it to be the focal point of a multifunctional room.

The result was this Pronorm kitchen using the Proline cabinet range. The colour choices were Arctic White along the wall, with Onyx Grey for the island. These two colours complement each other beautifully. Offering a clean look that's balanced and well proportioned. The doors and panels are in a high quality lacquer finish that is durable and refined. Look closely at the additional storage to the rear of the island and you'll see we've used doors with additional height to obscure the plinth run and maintain the clean lines and solid shape. The White Arabesque worktops in Silestone add a real touch of class, as do the NEFF appliances and Franke tap. Making this understated kitchen an ideal solution for a wonderful family to enjoy for many years to come.