Classic Peninsula Kitchen Case Study | Wakefield | West Yorkshire
Published: 8 December 2021
An awkward shaped kitchen with a dated design was transformed into a spacious kitchen with additional storage.
Upon moving into a new home Mr & Mrs Sharman hoped to update the previous owners kitchen design to better suit their style and to add more storage for their kitchen utensils and appliances. With this in mind they booked a free design appointment for a Senior Designer to visit their new home to design their kitchen, discuss kitchen concepts and provide them with a provisional quote.
Visited by Senior Designer Nigel, who designed the renovation of their bathroom and ensuite in their previous home, Mr & Mrs Sharman discussed in depth with him their kitchens wants and needs.
With Mr & Mrs Sharman happy with the information gathered and wanting to go ahead, Nigel created a shaker style kitchen design that made better use of the kitchens awkward layout and freshened up the entire room.
The new light and airy kitchen consisted of neutral light grey kitchen storage cabinets including tall central larder cabinets on the back wall, which was one of Mrs Sharman’s requirements, combined with oak effect laminate worktops.
The oak effect worktops ran through to the peninsular kitchen design breakfast bar with seating which created space for casual dining within the kitchen.
fixtures and fittings included a modern induction hob, built-in electric double oven and a contemporary wall hung radiator.
The modern porcelain kitchen flooring tile ran through to the utility room and hallway to tie in the rest of the home with the classic kitchen design.
An awkward shaped kitchen with a dated design was
transformed into a spacious light and airy kitchen with additional storage space.
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