Ms. Taylor loves her baking, but found her old kitchen had too little worktop space. She was also short of storage, but had an empty area at one end of the room, where previous occupants had a dining table.
She selected Stoneham’s Aspen range in Light Oak and the brief also included integrating the appliances, building in a discreet space at the left end for a hostess trolley and adding more accessible storage.
Designer Derek recommended creating a break front for the hob (upgraded to induction) to add more space in the working area and give the long run a focal point; adding a freezer and changing the radiator to a vertical Zehnder to allow the maximum space for the tall unit run.
With a coved rear edge to avoid any hard-to-clean corners, the Corian worktop seamlessly runs up the wall to meet the window sill with an almost imperceptible joint.
Other features include a Tri-flow filter tap, Le Mans corner storage, pull-out waste storage bin as well as a mass of easy-access pull-out storage.
Installers Wayne and Vernon also changed the flooring (Karndean) and recessed the ceiling lights.
With such a transformation, it is no surprise that she came back to us to re-design her bathroom.
Please see our before pictures below...