- Budget £18,000 to £20,000
- Door Details Radley Shaker in Graphite
- Worktops Details Pearl Calacatta Quartz
- Designer Tip Offset dark coloured units with a light worktop, and bring a sense of vibrancy with a colourful tile splashback
This customer had an unusual space to work with, but that didn’t hinder them from achieving a beautiful kitchen with everything they need. Due to the sloping ceilings in this attic room, our designer has opted for a lack of wall units and instead used oak shelving which, while giving our customer a bit of extra storage, also allows them to add more of their personality to the kitchen as they decorate it themselves.
Our customer opted for units in the dark shade of Graphite, with Pearl Calacatta Quartz worktops, which has a wonderfully unique effect. Balancing light and dark brings real depth to the room and gives this attic kitchen a modern and creative twist. Being far from plain, we’ve injected a bit of vibrancy within the splash-back, choosing a mustard tone which ties the shades of the doors, worktop, oak shelves all together with the gorgeous golden toned tap. As the ceiling height in this attic space runs quite low, the units stay at a low height.
The overall feel of the room being a working space that is easily accessible all the way round. It’s all in the details here, taking risks with the colours and features have had an unbelievable pay-off and made for a really stunning and unique space. Contact us to speak to a designer about starting your own kitchen journey.