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Mrs F wanted a traditional shaker kitchen, with a range cooker and American Fridge Freezer. We framed the refrigeration with units either side and applied storage symmetrically either side of the range. Appliances from Smeg completed the look.

Anchor 2

Mr H had a tired cream kitchen and wanted something lighter and easier to keep clean. We supplied matt light grey doors with colour match cabinets, steel handle-less profiles and plinths to compliment the undermount sink and tap. A white quartz worktop completed the contemporary look.
Appliances supplied are from the Samsung Dual Flex range

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Mrs P originally wanted a white or light grey kitchen for her open plan kitchen / family room, however, when she placed her order, she decided to go with a bold blue and white combination. We specially made a full height dresser unit too.

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Mr & Mrs T had a very dark 16th century home with beams and a sloping ceiling. The oven housing was reduced in height to complement the slope. A metallic Gloss Fjord Blue door with matching colour coordinated cabinets. An Elica induction hob with integral extractor resolved the issue of extraction. A light quartz worktop running into the window sills create a more spacious feel.

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Mrs S had a large chimney breast along the wall. We clad this in glass and created a breakfront working area, whilst keeping an element of symmetry with the tall units. A large island was added to create a spacious area around the hob and for social gatherings

Anchor 6

Alno kitchens called on my expertise to create an exhibition stand for the Kitchen, Bedroom & Bathroom show at the NEC in 2020. Measuring over 100 square metres We had to incorporate all of their latest designs and technology and create a working area  with a good walkthrough. I have subsequently designed kitchen showrooms in both the U.K and Europe on their behalf.

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Mrs M wanted a good working area with the Wow factor, We used a Concrete effect door from Rotpunkt, and embellished the look with a bookcase to end a run of tall units and boxing within the island behind the hob for utensils, herbs and plants. Finally glass wall units and reduced depth shelving complete the look.

A tiny kitchen doesn’t mean you have to compromise, we recently did our own kitchen, and even though the space was limited, we have managed to install an Elica Downdraft hob, Abode 4-1 kettle tap, Samsung Infinity Dual Flex Steam oven (3 ovens in 1) Combination microwave, and warming drawer. Glass splashback was bespoke to an image we already had. Discrete under lighting integrated into the underside of the cabinets.
Walnut cabinets compliment the blue doors and copper accessories.

Mrs & Mrs B had a separate kitchen and utility which wasn’t working for them. We subsequently knocked through to create one larger room. With a gloss white handleless door, produced this light bright kitchen with island. Curved units add to the appeal of this kitchen

Mr C had a tight space to work with, particularly with the sloping ceiling due to the staircase. We managed to create a light and airy working space. White gloss units combined with a green glass splashback create a crisp modern kitchen.

Mr & Mrs M wanted a large family bathroom with the shower in the recess, on our suggestion we placed the bath in the recess and moved the shower along by the WC, and boxed in the cistern and created a recess in the shower.

A feature was made of the tiling above the bath, courtesy of Millbridge Design and Build

Miss A wanted large storage in the recess. We used our Italian bedroom range to give a sleek modern design with a practical internal storage solution. Doors are a 28mm thick, matt white lacquer on an oak effect cabinet

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