Ultra modern gloss, iroko, and brushed steel

This new kitchen and dining area was originally two separate rooms. We were asked to knock the rooms in to one area and design an ultra modern cooking space.

Black gloss units were chosen with solid iroko worktops to contrast with bright white clean crisp walls. The new breakfast bar with curved base units subtly divides the kitchen from the dining room. where the wall use to be, while giving a great open plan feel.

Modern brushed steel and black glass appliances, along with funky new oak shaker doors leading to the utility room and W.C., were designed in to finish this new modern light and airy kitchen.

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  • This Black High Gloss kitchen is about as modern as it gets, with stark black doors and crisp clean white walls the contrast and sharp lines make this a winner.

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  • The customer’s choice of Iroko real wood work tops really set the brushed steel appliances off a treat. With the new solid oak shaker doors the mix of natural and made materials comes together perfectly.

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  • With the black sink to match the kitchen doors, plinth lighting, white porcelain floor tiles, black porcelain splash backs and black nickel switches and sockets all these small easy touches give the kitchen that finishing touch.

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  • The customer’s choice of a white gloss dining table and black leather chairs means that the open plan dining area links in to the kitchen effortlessly.

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