MIX IT UP
This is a recent install for a local couple in Netherlee. We have been working on this renovation project in stages since November 2015. It's been a lengthy process for them, with all the upheaval, but hopefully, now our clients can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
We removed a supporting load bearing wall to open kitchen with dining room, creating a much larger open space for the fitted kitchen/dining area. When discussing the design, we decided to "mix it up" using our stunning high end horizontal painted Oak in "Blue Steel" for base and larders and "Chalk" for the oven, wall and fridge surround elevations. The contrast is stunning, even better with the bold "Platinum" shade feature wall, helping the Chalk doors stand out. Flooring is the stunning "Expona" Creme Swirl, not everyone's choice, but you know us, we love adding a twist. Washing machine and tumble dryer are housed in a stack system behind the sliding larder doors, creating a laundry area that can be sealed away by closing door giving that separate feel. The detail features include our stunning chisel mould. This mould allows us to picture frame a section like we have applied around oven and fridge. The grid switch is a favourite of mine, have lights and appliance isolation switches in one place, not clogging up the back wall, just have sockets.
Appliances are Neff & Bosch, with a Samsung Americain FF with water & ice dispenser. Rangemaster tap and under mount bowl in brushed steel, blending well with stunning trim handle. Worksurface is the timeless "Blanco Stellar" by Silestone, giving a light spacious feel with added flecks of faint grey tones and crystal sparkle when light hits.
Again I have to point out, our CAD designs look pretty much like the finished article, albeit some accessories change. From our posts on Facebook with before, proposed and finished project images, you know with Glenlith Interiors, you are in safe hands. We spend the time working with you to get your project right, giving you that peace of mind, you've engaged the best team, and not jumping in blind with "Boomtown Rats".