Half Pencil & Scalloped in Charcoal & Almond
The BriefThe clients carried out an extension to create a space for a much-anticipated kitchen, which would soon become the main living area in their home. Whilst their real aim was to have an elegant and classically proportioned kitchen, it was important that the space was inviting and able to be used for entertaining.
The colour scheme was paramount in able to achieve the desired ambience, and the mix of charcoal base units and almond tall and wall cabinets created the exact look and feel that was desired. Attention to detail is obvious throughout this detailed design with the subtle half pencil and scalloped door style blended with the traditional butt hinges for a nod to the traditional heritage of the shaker style.
The Corian worksurfaces and sink are seamless and sleek, combining perfectly with the painted cabinetry.
Designer TipsThe property yearned to have a design that gave the look of a period kitchen with modern twists. The 1909 Kitchens range seemed a perfect choice. A stunning blend of Charcoal and Almond was selected. The charcoal colour is brought to life by a pure seamless Corian worksurface.
Homeowners have to be sure in their colour choices. Mutliple visits to our kitchen showrooms are encouraged. A sample of each colour should be on hand to choose tiles, wall colourings and worktop finishes.
1909 Kitchens can be designed to show off the exquisite beauty of the range. In this design detailed panelling along with
front fixed styled plinths were incorporated to give the appearance of hand made free-standing furniture.
The final outcome is a relaxing space for family gatherings and entertaining, but also a calm haven from the hustle and bustle..