Michelle’s dream Kitchen
Door style – D2
Plinth Style – P1 Skirting
Cornice style – C1 – Traditional
This hand made kitchen is an exemplary example of using a two tone effect, the darker colour on the island and the softer colour on the wall cabinets.
It not only makes the room look bigger and more inviting, but it also just looks amazing.
Michelle chose to paint the back cabinets in a very soft colour similar to that of the walls, this way the bespoke in-frame cabinetry almost seems to disappear into the wall effortlessly.
Michelle chose to have white quartz worktops throughout which tie together the whole handmade kitchen and bring it all into one.
It also gives a clean and light look to the space and makes the in frame bespoke cabinetry timeless and beautiful.
There were lots of little features and hidden gems in this bespoke kitchen, including a hidden breakfast bar behind the Bi-fold counter top dresser – the idea was you just open it up in the morning, pull forward the kettle and toaster, everyone helps themselves and you then just slide them back and close the doors. Neat efficient and stylish all I one!