Nolte Corona kitchen in Papyrus Grey and Artic White
The BriefOur client wanted a modern fresh kitchen with reflective surfaces for a home extension project in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. The kitchen was to be the focal point of the house. The client wanted to incorporate as many new kitchen features and gadgets as possible. A modern kitchen for a modern home.
Sleek Nolte Kitchen units were designed using the glass effect range called Corona. A gathering area around a kitchen island was a must. We took these pointa as the starting point to create a design from our Hertfordshire Kitchen Showroom.
Our customer wanted a cooking environment for their guests to be seated opposite, so as to provide a relaxing and convivial environment in which to entertain. The design was fined tuned to meet their expectations.
Designer TipsAfter visiting the customer’s house in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire it was clear that a modern kitchen would suit the property and the customers tastes. Nolte Kitchens Corona in Artic white and Papyrus Grey were combined in a subtle two-tone finish.
German handle-less kitchens are simple yet stunning. The effect was further enhanced by using Nolte Kitchens Matrix-Art LED handle-less system which, when lit, gives the effect that the worktops are floating. The latest cutting-edge Neff appliances were used including self-cleaning pyrolytic ovens, induction hobs and a downdraft extractor.
Electrically operated wall units were designed so that the wall units open with just a gentle push to the door. Form and functionality blended seamlessly with an ergonomically shaped island central to the theme. The kitchen was topped with pure white Blanco Zeus Quart worktops by Silestone.
The final outcome is a relaxing space for family gatherings and entertaining, but a space full of clever technology to help save on the customer’s precious time.