This couple knocked through two walls to create a large L-shape room. Using this space they wanted to incorporate a sleek modern kitchen. Deciding to go for a handleless Remo kitchen the couple were able to contrast dark graphite doors with bright porcelain to create a real feature when walking into the room. The couple decided to frame some of the lighter units in the dark graphite colour, to further integrate their design style and create a unique look.

The couple wanted to ensure that their design featured plenty of storage and pan drawer space. The use of wide drawers and internal wireworks give this kitchen a modern and contemporary feel, inside and out.

  • Remo Porcelain/Graphite
  • Light Quartz Worktop
  • Bosch appliances

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