Beautiful inframe kitchen designed and installed for our lovely clients in Newton Mearns. This was their holiday home in Elie, Fife.
Our client really wanted something traditional, a classic look, keeping in touch with the gorgeous blond sandstone villa in the perfect setting, overlooking the golf course.
We showed our client several door options available that would suit the description of their ideal kitchen. The stunning varied bold grain on our bespoke Oak inframe door was the final result. No beading was required, as a plain shaker style ticked all the boxes.
We put together a palette of bold shades from Farrow & Ball, Little Greene and Mylands as our clients were keen to experiment with rich, bold colours and current interior trends......Hauge Blue (no 30) by Farrow & Ball was the choice. Hauge Blue mixed with Satin Nickel ironmongery looked stunning with the deep Navy Blue shade.
Calacatta Gold worksurface from Silestone's eternal collection just completed this home run, especially with the full width splash behind the hob. Calacatta Gold is not too veiny, and with a hint of faint Golden Brown tones worked extremely well bringing the Quayside Oak flooring into the colour spectrum, a large part of a room something people often forget.
Sophisticated detail in the oversize cornice, shaker knobs, cup handles, felt lined dovetail Oak drawer boxes, farmhouse sink, bridge tap, glass dresser and window seat all gave a strong heritage feel.