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A look in to our Mill Hill Project

We shared a recent Past Project with you on social and it has continued to turn heads so we thought we’d delve a little deeper in to the motivations behind the design and give you the specifics of what we used incase you feel inspired to transform your own space.
A look in to our Mill Hill Project

So let’s start with some amazing images to introduce you to this lovely project and give you all the angles to admire.

It’s a stunning contemporary design of sharp lines and lots of warm grey tones. The design is centred around an impressive mixed use island that is surrounded by varied and plentiful storage solutions.

Furniture:
Scavolini LIBERAMENTE
Textile Sand Carcass
Pure White and Earth Grey Melamine
Worktop Stone Italiana Luna Quartz
American Walnut Solid Wood breakfast bar

Appliances:
Siemens Oven HB676GBS6B
Siemens Oven CF634AGS1B
Siemens Warming Drawer BI540ADUSX4
Fisher& Paykel fridge /freezer RF540ADUSX4
Undermounted Sink Franke KBX16055-20RH
Quooker NORDIC SQUARE
Siemens hob-EX975LXC1E
Elica extractor PANDORA downdraft
Siemens SN658D01MG dishwasher

Now you have the specifics, hear about the best and most challenging parts of this project from a member of our design team who worked on it. Take it away Matteo.

“My favourite part has to be the island and the front feature wall. The island because it is simple, the dark wood tone works perfectly in contrast with the rest of the furniture and the floor. The L-shape bar allows you to look at each other while dining and it is the focus of the room, becoming a nice social area”.

Matteo’s favourite part of the design.

“The feature wall offers more interest than the usual block of units. The split door of the cabinets, with the glass claddings on the side, creating a modular effect, making of the composition lighter. The supporting strings give it a floating look, minimal and stylish.

What makes them even more powerful is the under the furniture LED’s which provide an ambient light that makes the glass and quartz claddings glow. The finish of the stone also creates a kind of gradient between the white base unit and the darker wall unit. The client asked for something that would have immediate impact as you walked in to the room, which I think we achieved”.

“The island coincidentally was also a challenging part to the design as it had to include the cooking area but due the lower ceiling and joists, we had to find the correct solution to accommodate a downdraft extractor without losing storage space inside the units”.

Challenging factor about the existing space.

This just shows you that when you start a project you never know what might come up but by having a talented team with experience finding solutions that still meet all your expectations means you won’t be disappointed. And to end a quick word from our happy client, if you want to find out how you can have a similar fruitful experience get in touch about your own design consultation.

‘I wanted my kitchen to be timeless but contemporary and have a point of difference in design. The whole team collaborated throughout the project which made the experience exciting and worth all the hard work!’

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