This colourful, quirky modern kitchen designed by Fiona truly oozes character. A colourful glass splash-back is a simple, yet extremely effective way of making a style statement in the kitchen as well as injecting a burst of colour.
This stunning light and airy shaker kitchen designed by Clinton, perfectly executes how you don’t need to stick to a warm colour palette in the design, in order to achieve a warm and welcoming feel to your finished kitchen.
This dark grey contemporary kitchen boasts a hint of industrial design. With a striking Dekton island worktop (in finish ‘Orix’ from the industrial collection) and bare bulb pendant lighting, hanging elegantly from the ceiling.
Clinton’s customers were looking for a modern family 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.
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 already industrial, factory-like features within the room.
This elegant white contemporary kitchen was designed by both Clinton and Fiona. Why you ask? Because it’s their own kitchen in their family home! It was important to both Clinton and Fiona that their finished design felt unique, and personal to them.
Fiona’s customer wanted an affordable kitchen that felt very modern and industrial. Opting for a concrete effect laminate on both the cabinet doors and worktop is a great way to achieve an industrial look, while keeping costs low.
This beautiful white and walnut kitchen designed by Clinton is one of the larger projects. Sometimes it’s not just about redesigning the kitchen, but more so thinking outside the box and changing the kitchen location completely if possible.
This minimalist modern kitchen is monochrome at its finest. What was once a garage is now converted into the epitome of a sleek, contemporary kitchen. Minimal colour draws attention towards the clean lines of the classic German kitchen design.
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.
Fiona’s customers came to her wanting a classic industrial kitchen, like the more traditional ‘industrial’ design used in professional kitchens. Dark cabinets paired with a white worktop and tiled splashback are frequently seen in professional industrial kitchens.
This grey and blue open-plan kitchen is a modern take on a country home. Inviting, warming and family orientated. Fiona’s customers have a real passion for cooking, so naturally wall mounted displays for both their knife set and spices were a must.