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Kitchen design features

Published on 01 Nov 2021 | News

When planning your kitchen, you'll need to spend some time considering the daily use of the room, to ensure that your final kitchen design fully matches your needs.

A recent Kube customer, in conjunction with the team in our Leigh-on-Sea store, spent time in the planning stages to achieve this gorgeous result.

A beautiful pantry unit, designed with a warm wooden interior, houses smaller appliances such as a blender, toaster and coffee maker, with glasses and cups on higher shelves. The copper-coloured doors fold back for ease of access and close over to hide all the accoutrements when not in use.

A Bora Professional is fitted into the island, with the controls for the panel to the front. For the keen cook, the Professional was designed with an induction hob, teppanyaki and downdraft extractor. This configuration is flexible and can be designed to suit your cooking needs.

With its unique design, the Dekton worktop is extremely durable and is resistant to heat and scratching. In this kitchen design, it’s matched with a wooden breakfast bar. The matching island shelves are lit with a warm orange glow.

This home is a mix of clean lines in the kitchen with more traditional woods intermixed and old-style beams in the ceiling. Modern and streamlined, the finished look is both warm and inviting.

If you are considering a new kitchen and would like some assistance in the planning stage, come and view the range at one of our Kube stores in Leigh-on-Sea or Upminster or booking a design consultation here.