The client wanted a new kitchen for their home in Cambridge. The family of 6 wanted a neutral palette of color with a touch of class and a walnut countertop on the island. We created a Neutral Natural Kitchen for them.
Having lived in their home for over 10 years, the client embarked on a whole kitchen remodeling project.
First, we wanted to provide an easy main kitchen. So, we used white for the tall units so they would overpower the kitchen and grey units in the base units. To maintain a light and reflective surface- the designer used a white quartz worktop with a small splashback.
The kitchen space allowed for an island to house the gas hob and a walnut worktop. And this island provided additional storage. To provide a seamless run – an integrated fridge and freezer were used behind a cabinetry door in this Neutral Natural Kitchen design.
The feature of this kitchen is the island with its walnut wood element. It brings warmth to the kitchen, adding a natural element to the mix of materials. The white tall units provide light and minimal backdrop to the kitchen. Overall, the result is light and a spacious, modern sophisticated kitchen space.
THE FINAL OUTCOME
First, we know our clients wanted to use walnut. And so we found the perfect, warm worktop in this finish. It added depth to the Neutral Natural Kitchen design.
EXTRA WIDE PAN DRAWERS
Next, we wanted to make cooking a breeze. So, we included super wide drawers. This meant that pans could go in and out with ease.
Hear our client’s thoughts:
“We weren’t sure whether to hire an interior designer for our extension, but are so pleased that we did, and that we picked Claudia and her fascinating team of experts”. George Wallis