It is a pleasure to help clients achieve their vision when it comes to their homes, to help with this process we like to be involved in the planning of furniture, kitchens and joinery at the earliest stage to help with advice on aesthetics and functionality. This was the case with one of our latest clients who were in the process of renovating a beautiful cedar and render clad period property in Bathwick, Bath. After researching, they had chosen our company to craft their family kitchen which was to reside within a newly constructed extension.
The designing stage lasted for four months, liaising with our clients and refining the concepts until it fitted perfectly with what they had imagined and what would optimise the functionality of the space. This attention to detail resulted in a wonderfully modern kitchen filled with glass, light and contemporary materials.
Within the central area of the kitchen a large island, the cabinets of which containing expansive 1.3 meters wide draws held solidly in place with our Bath Bespoke stability systems and fronted by slab shadow grooved doors. The work tops including the sink surround with grooved drainage board are constructed from SileStone (a compound made up of 94% natural quartz, which makes it extraordinarily hard and resilient).
Along the face of one wall surrounding a fridge, we constructed a crown cut double pull out larder from workshop veneered oak allowing for massive storage space and creating a flowing continuity that travels around the space. One of the most prominent materials chosen for this project and left exposed in many places for aesthetic effect is laminated birch ply which along with looking gorgeous is an incredibly effective and reliable material for kitchen use.