Case Study: Large Detatched Family Home
This beautiful large detached family home was a mismatch of flooring and small individual rooms when our clients moved in 3 years ago, but it had great potential to become a lovely open plan contemporary kitchen and family area with real wow factor.
We took down several walls to create a large open kitchen with a family room just off it, a nice sized utility and a play room for the kids.
Before the work was done the conservatory was hardly used by our clients as it was a cold room and felt like more of a walkthrough than a room. To make it feel like part of the house and be a usable area we put in bi-fold doors and underfloor heating to create a lovely light dining area.Tying the whole area together were 125 square meters of beautiful travertine style ceramic tiles that had to line up through different levels up and down steps and into 6 different rooms.
The kitchen itself was finished with Parapan Latte and Black high gloss solid acrylic made to measure doors with latte coloured cabinets. Where the doors were black the edges of the cabinets were also done in black so that you would only see the Latte interior of the cabinets when the doors are opened.
Zimbabwe Black granite was used for the worktops and some nice features were the made to suit wine rack. A large piece of lipstick pink glass spalshback that has the extractor mounted to it and completing the look some glass shelves with lighting in them.