The owners of this impressive home were looking for a modern and chic look and feel for their new kitchen, however they also wanted to keep the design in character with the property – a 1930’s Victorian semi-detached property in Ealing.
“The vision was light colours, symmetry, symmetry, and more symmetry, along with some kind of an island with incorporated seating,” said Shehryar Khan, Director of Sheraton Interiors, who created the brief. “We wanted to keep the design open to make the most of the light coming through the bi-fold doors. All the tall units were stacked to one side, then a clear run of worktops. Clean lines were also important so we went for a built-in hood. The waterfall worktops dropping down to the floor on either side of the island and the hob also added to the modern look and clean lines. Lastly the full Silestone Cladding on the walls gives you a very upmarket feel, while adding an understated wow factor.”
Sheraton opted for a solid wood parquet floor, and cabinets in a Dove Grey shaker grained finish. Silestone Eternal Calacutta Gold was used for the worktops, with matching brushed copper handles and tap fixture – which was bought in brushed steel and finished by a fabricator. The walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Strong White, and white LED lights were used under the units.
Sheraton ensured the highest of functionality with a ‘slide & hide’ oven, a microwave combination oven, dishwasher, and an integrated fridge with pull out larder and internal drawers, all from Neff, with a Faber Built-in Hood. The end result is a functional and fabulous kitchen, perfectly fitting for its style-savvy homeowners.
Shehryar Khan said, “We wanted to create a contemporary finish using a traditional shaker door but with an urban feel to it, the copper accents on the accessories certainly achieved that!”
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