Colour: Harmaa & Parisian | Worktops: Granite
We needed to fit a lot in this kitchen whilst still keeping a sense of space. The island is painted in Harmaa and the other cabinetry in Parisian. These two colours are becoming an increasingly popular colour combination, creating a striking contrast without bringing in any of the really dark shades. The design is uncluttered and unimposing whilst still providing enough storage for everything the client needed. Dressers have been a stable part of many well designed kitchens for centuries and are as relevant and practical today as they always have been.
A good installation is such an important part of a new kitchen and this space with low beams and differing ceiling heights was no exception. We installed a bespoke pair of doors that open up to an alcove with a shadow line frame detail that’s reflected in the skirting boards. Details like this make all the difference but are so often overlooked.
This grey Shaker kitchen ticks all the boxes that a smaller kitchen needs to.