Creative Solutions for Unique Spaces.
This customer in Rochford had an exciting challenge for their kitchen design. While we were converting two rooms into one, we had to maintain a structural wall due to restrictions, as this was a listed building. While there was plenty of space to design a fabulous kitchen, it needed to be segmented in a way that felt whole and maintained an unencumbered workflow. Our designer in the Leigh on Sea showroom had some great ideas.
Many people would install a traditional kitchen in a country-side house. Fortunately, these amazing clients knew that Kube was the place to find a solution for this unconventional space, and they were open to something innovative. We felt it was vital to utilise a lacquer gloss finish and quartz worktops to reflect light and create a connection between the two rooms. Contemporary handle-less cabinets from the Leicht Largo FG range in Carbon Grey and Mohair produces a sleek, streamlined look and provides continuity. The touch of wood softens the gloss while adding warmth to the room, and the open drawers add an inviting glow with remote-controllable Kube emotion lighting. The pantry, storage, prep, and clean up areas are concealed nicely from view.
A Bora Basic Flex Induction hob, Caple Touch to open Wine Cooler, and Quooker Fusion Square hot water tap are standout features in the kitchen. For the WOW-factor, walking through the traditional style home into this contemporary kitchen has a stunning effect.