Crocknorth Road, Ranmore

This kitchen was part of a small extension. Simple lay-on shaker style cabinet doors with modern style brushed nickel cup handles and knobs.  Silver mirror was used as the splashback behind the sink to reflect the client’s large wooded garden. This was echoed behind the range cooker within the mantle area to give a light and airy, yet glitzy atmosphere to the room, enhanced even more by the stunning glass pendant lights.  F&B dark Studio Green island and standard colour Dakar units elsewhere.

Parkside Close I, East Horsley

This space was made deeper by extending the kitchen more into the garden, allowing for a much larger dining table orientated the other way and a good sized soft seating area in the space too.  The existing Travertine floor tiles were fortunately matched and added to.  The client, who is an avid cook and at one time owned a restaurant, also wanted an office station in the space for her current small business.  Cobham Blue and Cashmere painted solid ash units with oak effect interiors.

Mill Close, Bookham

Two rooms were knocked through to create a much larger space for this contemporary feel lay-on door shaker kitchen.  The horizontal emphasis, simple angled cornice and stainlesss steel bar handles and spashback serve to make the more modern look.  The client chose Fired Earth’s Top Hat for the base units and matching feature wall and Alabaster for the tall and wall units.  The brief was to also include a peninsula where the family could eat together.

Lynx Hill, East Horsley

A smooth painted lay-on door style kitchen.  This was a kitchen replacement where the Aga was to remain in the same position.  The client was keen to introduce an island with seating and a useful extra oven was incorporated into the island design.  The double full height unit was actually a larder cupboard and integrated fridge while the freezer was repositioned in the new matching utility room next door.  Black granite worktops and Karndean woood effect flooring.