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NEW SHAKER KITCHEN INSTALLATION
Careful set up resulting in a tight worktop joint.
Not always possible to hide every appliance. However, careful planning still allows for an integrated look with concealed pipework.
SHAKER END UNIT
Making use of every cm of space.
Cottages always throw up a challenge! The worktop upstand sat in front of beams. Hence scribing of infill sections between beams was required to create a neat finish.
1.5 BOWL SINK
Add versatility with a one and a half bowl sink with drainer and monobloc tap.
COTTAGE KITCHEN CHALLENGE
BUTLER SINK & DRAWER UNIT
Cottage Kitchen sink unit maximising full wall space.
Discrete pipework for Butler sink. Isolation valves are always fitted to support future maintenance.
SOLID LAMINATE DRAINER
At just 12mm thick solid laminate offers a very tough yet narrow profile worktop. Router cut draining groves keep worksurface uncluttered.
VERY WONKY WALLS
To fit wall units it is sometimes necessary to batten out wall to miss pipes and/or level up wall.
Finished corner unit fitted to a wonky wall. Under unit LED lights were also fitted
SOLID LAMINATE WORKTOP
Single sheet cut to fit worksurface and continue into window sill. Note the contrasting edges. This is the core colour not a edge strip.
TILE SPLASH BACK
TILED SILL & REVEAL
Kitchen uplift completed with a new tiled splash back.
TILE & GLASS SPLASH BACK
Adding a glass panel in a run of tiles adds a focal point. It is also more practicable around cooking areas to have smooth easy clean surfaces.
WRAP AROUND TILE FEATURE
Tiling into window recess and on sill keeps clean lines to kitchen.
KITCHEN UNIT FACE LIFT
EXISTING KITCHEN DOORS & WORKTOP
Existing Kitchen Doors & Work Top
NEW WORKTOP AND DOORS
Changing doors, handles and worktop revives the style of kitchen much more cost effectively than a full refit.