DARK GREY CONTEMPORARY

DARK GREY CONTEMPORARY

Dark grey contemporary kitchen

Nothing sings industrial quite like bare bulb pendant lights, hanging elegantly from the ceiling. This client wanted a kitchen that borrowed notes from industrial design but without compromising on a homely feel when you walk into the room.

The Details:

Kitchen: Onyx grey Lacquered laminate

Worktop: Dekton Orix (island) & Silestone Lagoon

Designer: Clinton Patey

From the outset, our experience of working with The Kitchen Partners was seamless and we are absolutely thrilled with our new kitchen.  The design is excellent and we particularly like the clever use of space, attention to detail and the fact that there were no extras; everything was included in the original quote. The whole team have a professional approach, communicate at every stage and deliver on promises.  Nothing was too much trouble and we cannot fault the level of service we have received. The Kitchen Partners came highly recommended by several people and now we understand why.

Thelma & Mark H

COOL AND COSY MODERN

COOL AND COSY MODERN

Cool and cosy modern kitchen

Clinton’s customers were looking for a cool and cosy modern kitchen, that maintained character and warmth. The large space gave Clinton a great opportunity to create a really family-centric kitchen, that facilitates socialising, as much as it does cooking. In order to meet the brief, a kitchen island is always going to be the best solution, and having a breakfast bar is a must. The wood is raised and segregates the eating area, giving some definition and adding something a bit different to the island unit. In addition, having seating run along two sides of the island, is even more conducive to a sociable atmosphere.

A white, handleless kitchen style is not going anywhere any time soon. As a timeless classic, white is a wise long-term choice for this large family kitchen. Furthermore, the warmth of the oak breakfast bar, and simple, contemporary bar stools prevent a sterile feel, it also gives the design a Scandinavian touch. The open oak shelf in the island and the fun Portuguese inspired tiled splashback, both add the family’s personality to the space. As a result, this will never be a space they will grow tired of. 

Having hanging pendant lights in your kitchen appears to be a growing trend in kitchen design. As a result people are often opting for these over standard lights or spotlights, due to the huge visual impact they can have on the overall finish of the design. That being said, simplicity is key when it comes to choice of pendant lighting. Ensuring the lights are an asset to the finished kitchen, rather than a distraction. This kitchen design hits the nail on the head with a striking combination of concrete and warm white light, which undoubtedly adds to the cool and cosy modern feel throughout the finished design. To get a kitchen like this customers take a look at our contemporary kitchens page for more inspiration, or pop into our kitchen showroom at 102 Whiteladies Road, Clifton for more inspiration.

The details:

Kitchen: White high-gloss laminate 

Worktop: Eden white quartz worktop with Oak breakfast bar

Designer: Clinton Patey

After visiting several other suppliers in our area The Kitchen Partners were clearly in a different league. The design experience was excellent and it was never a problem making changes or looking at different options. The planning and installation was superb, the kitchen was part of a complete house renovation and extension so having a flexible, well organised and communicative installation planning team took away a huge amount of stress. The actual installation was carried out very professionally and we couldn’t have been happier with the end result. Highly recommended.

William & Carolyn B

BLACK AND WHITE INDUSTRIAL

BLACK AND WHITE INDUSTRIAL

Side Shot of Kitchen with Exposed Steel Work and Matching Grey Chairs

Black and white industrial kitchen

A go-to example of a classic industrial kitchen would be this black and white industrial kitchen, designed by Fiona. It was important to design a kitchen that complement the existing industrial features within the room. Such as, the exposed metal framework and exposed brick wall which mimics that of a 1960s brick factory. Therefore, opting for a matt black kitchen with a white worktop avoids distracting from these beautiful features that are unique to the room. Resulting in a truly striking and unique industrial kitchen that compliments the rest of the room.

 

The details

Kitchen: Black matt laminate

Worktop: Corian – Pearl Grey

Designer: Fiona Patey

“The team at The Kitchen Partners were fantastic. Really friendly, professional and patient, working through many ideas with us until we settled on the final design. The whole process felt hassle free and was a joy. The Kitchen Partners liaised directly with our builders ensuring that everything was ready for installation. The fit itself was quick, quiet and non intrusive. We would thoroughly recommend them.”

HELEN F

WHITE AND WALNUT

WHITE AND WALNUT

White and walnut kitchen

This beautiful white and walnut kitchen designed by Clinton was one of the larger projects we’ve seen here at The Kitchen Partners. Sometimes it’s not just about redesigning the kitchen, but more so thinking outside the box and changing the kitchen location completely if possible.

The customer’s original kitchen was tucked away in the house, and as a result lacked a lot of light. The room felt cramped and it was difficult to socialise in without feeling on top of each other. Instead of having two closed off rooms, the decision was made to create an open-plan multi-functional living space that can be enjoyed by all the family. In addition to this, the kitchen would swap positions with the lounge area. Making the most of the large sash windows and glass door that feature on this side of the room, leading into the garden.

The new kitchen placement lends itself to copious amounts of beautiful, natural light. Bright, white walls and kitchen units compliment the generously tall ceilings within the room. Allowing the natural light to illuminate the room as it reflects off the lighter surfaces. A striking green glass splash-back wraps itself all the way around the back wall of the kitchen, adding a fresh nature-like element to the design as it ties in with the natural wooden Walnut doors.

The Details:

Kitchen: White matt laminate & Walnut effect laminate

Worktop: Silestone – Miami White

Designer: Clinton Patey

White & Walnut kitchen with green splashback
Walnut wooden kitchen

“Clinton, Fiona and their team were brilliant when we had our kitchen fitted. We looked at quite a few companies as we were moving our kitchen from one room to another, so quite a large job. Everything ran so smoothly (and on time!) and we are so pleased with the end result. Clinton came up with some excellent design ideas that we had not thought of. I would not hesitate to use The Kitchen Partners again or recommend them to anyone. Thank you for giving me the kitchen I have dreamt of for the past 10 years!”

HOLLY & RYAN S

MINIMALIST MODERN

MINIMALIST MODERN

Minimalist white and black kitchen

Minimalist modern kitchen

This minimalist modern kitchen is monochrome at its finest. What was once an old garage is now converted into the epitome of a sleek, contemporary kitchen. Often with open plan kitchens, simplicity can be a great canvas to work with – simple lines and plenty of storage lead to a tidy, minimalist look.

In addition, high-quality cabinets and doors allow details to be paired back creating sophistication in highlighting the quality of materials. The white Corian worktop coordinates well with the on-trend black window frames, glass splash-back and bar-stools. Minimal colour draws attention towards the clean lines of the classic German kitchen design. In this instance Clinton’s client was also the architect for the project. Therefore, the build was a collaborative process between the two of them. Most importantly the end goal being to create an open-plan kitchen that could work as a multi-functional living/work space. For example, having the island as big as possible (whilst maintaining good movement space around it), meant maximum storage and results in the island being a perfect social space.

The Details:

Kitchen: White high-gloss lacquer

Worktop: Corian – Glacier white

Designer: Clinton Patey

monochrome modern kitchen
Minimalist modern kitchen design

We started working with the Kitchen Partners early on in the process of converting an old garage into a contemporary home for my wife and I. It was a collaborative process where we shared ideas on how the open-plan space could work as a multi-functional living/work space. Clinton and his team were a huge help creating a kitchen that not only looked fantastic but worked superbly well. I would recommend them to anyone looking to help create their dream home.

Rob & Jayne D

SIMPLISTIC MODERN

SIMPLISTIC MODERN

Simplistic modern kitchen

Who said you can’t have the best of both worlds? This client wanted a simplistic modern kitchen that would complement the much loved Victorian dresser that sits to the back of the room. As a result, white high-gloss doors were an obvious answer for this customer. Using minimal colour in the design ensured that the kitchen wouldn’t feel too busy and distract from feature furniture.

The Details:

Kitchen: White high-gloss laminate

Worktop: Corian – Glacier white

Designer: Clinton Patey