Mr & Mrs O'Connell, had a kitchen with two corners of 70 & 110 degrees and wondered if the worktops could be changed, whilst retaining the wall tiles above?
They also felt that the kitchen was very brown and somewhat dated. It needed cheering up! There was also a need for some more storage and solution to the area to the left of the back door. It was also part of the brief to retain some of the pine wood features, to tie in with the table and chairs. Quite a lot to accomplish then.......
To set the kitchen off against the retained wall tiles and pine table, a contrasting worksurface was chosen, with a classic cream door and drawers. This brightened the room and gave the kitchen a more considered and designed look. The difficult angles and retained wall tiles were overcome by some skilled and painstaking work by the installation team.
Now, moving on to the area to the left of the back door. This was quite tricky - as the depth of the space was only a fraction over a foot deep. Not deterred Richard, designed a bespoke dresser to tie in with the kitchen and give the most storage possible in the confined space. The shelf spacing was made to suit the dimensions of the different books and the cupboard space below has mock drawers to make it look like a classic dresser and tie in with the kitchen as a whole.