A Compact Kitchen in Kiliney
This is a solid Oak Chichester Kitchen designed for a young couple moving into their first home. The cabinets are painted in Neptune’s Mist, with the walls painted in the darker Fog. This beautiful kitchen is the perfect example of how a smaller room doesn’t need to compromise on style and design flair
This layout shows how our kitchens can be configured to suit rooms of any shape or size. With so many combinations of cabinet choices, we can create beautiful standalone designs made to fit perfectly at every angle and layout of your home.
Key features of this design include our signature Buckland cooker hood over a Britannia Cream range cooker, Villeroy & Boch ceramic double bowl sink with Chrome Perrin & Rowe Tap, and curved cabinets at key walkthrough and access areas. Although all items were on the client’s wishlist, they were unsure as to whether the floor space would allow them to incorporate everything. Working closely with our clients, we were able to create a fabulous flow and layout with the Buckland cooker hood & ceramic double bowel sink being the main focal point of this kitchen design.
Carol and Bern were living in England when they first came to us. They were building a house just outside Enfield, and were interested in a mix of Henley and Suffolk. Carol’s must have was the Britannia range cooker and cooker hood, and for Bern it was the Black Glass fronted american fridge.
This beautiful large home in Sandymount incorporates our Neptune Chichester kitchen in a Limestone hand painted finish, with a Silestone Black Suede worktop. The main feature in this room is the stunning Buckland cooker hood which is designed to be the focal point of this layout.
Achieving a classic look, the Limestone handpainted cabinetry works perfectly with the Peat wall colour for a rich, earthy feel – cosy and welcoming, exactly what Ken and his wife Sarah wanted.
We designed this Chichester Kitchen as part of a home renovation project in Malahide. In order to make the brickwork more of an architectural feature we suggested painting the celling and wooden beams. We also recommended changing the floor tiles to the Bergamo Tumbled fitted in a French Patter which we supplied via Ca Pietra.
The project brief was to create light and space in a previously dull attic conversion. We used the Neptune light tones of grey and on the walls and ceilings of both rooms, and some etc etc.
This is a solid Oak Chichester Kitchen designed for a young couple moving into their first home. The cabinets are painted in Neptune’s Mist, with the walls painted in the darker Fog. This beautiful kitchen is the perfect example of how a smaller room doesn’t need to compromise on style and design flair.
This was a unique project in that we designed our Neptune Henley Kitchen to incorporate the client’s own cabinets that were stripped and painted in stunning red. The result is an eye-catching, contemporary and unique kitchen that definitely creates the “wow” factor.
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