Traditional, Classic Kitchen

Traditional, Classic Kitchen

23/04/2018

'May our home be warm and our friends be many.'
EF | Newton Mearns

 

We were recently contacted by one of our Newton Mearns clients who wanted a Beautiful inframe kitchen to be designed and installed. However it wasn't for their lovely home in Newton Mearns ... this was for their holiday home in Elie, Fife. 
(We do specialise in projects for the West of Scotland but we are more than happy to consider projects throughout Scotland)



Our client wanted something traditional, a classic look, keeping in touch with their gorgeous, perfectly positioned next to the golf course, blonde sandstone villa.
We demonstrated several door options to our client that would suit the brief of their ideal 'traditional' kitchen and they eventually opted for the stunning, varied bold grain on our bespoke Oak inframe door. It was agreed that no beading was required, as the plain shaker style was exactly what was required for this kitchen.

Once the door style was established, we put together a selection of bold shades from Farrow & Ball. As our clients were keen to experiment with rich, bold colours and current interior trends... we started off with Little Greene and Mylands. We eventually decided on Hauge Blue (no 30) by Farrow & Ball. As you can see the Hauge Blue mixed with Satin Nickel ironmongery looks quite stunning alongside the deep Navy Blue shades.



It's one of our recent favourites, and I'm sure you will agree that the Calacatta Gold worksurface, from Silestone's eternal collection, just completes this fantastic looking kitchen, especially with the full-width splash behind the hob. Calacatta Gold, although distinctive, is not too veiny, and with a hint of golden brown tones works extremely well with the doors and the Quayside Oak flooring.. an often forgotten part of the kitchen design. At Glenlith we really do look at your whole kitchen.

As part of the brief, the client was keen to keep the heart and soul of the house within the kitchen. It was important that the heritage of the building was retained and I think you will agree that the sophisticated detail in the oversize cornice, shaker knobs and cup handles, alongside the felt lined dovetail Oak drawer boxes, farmhouse sink, bridge tap, glass dresser and window seat all help to deliver.



We loved working on this project and our clients are extremely happy with the end result.

We hope you like what you see. Get in touch if you want to have a chat about your very own kitchen upgrade : )

Cheers! : )

Mike





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