This professional young couple knew what look and style they wanted when they came into our showroom, choosing to go for a 1909 traditional kitchen with modern, light worktops. The work needed for this kitchen was extensive, having to take the room back to bare brick before re-fitting the room, to house the new kitchen. Choosing to go for an off the shelf kitchen, but having it hand painted by our French polisher allowed them to have Little Greene colours on their units, both on the island and the main run, around the chimney breast. The features on this kitchen including the pendant lights, tap and elegant ‘expensive’ handles all help to finish the classy and homely look the clients wanted.

  • 1909 In-frame Half Pencil and Scalloped
  • French Grey Mid & Charcoal
  • London Grey by Caesarstone

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