This client wanted to create a luxurious eye catching kitchen space making the Island, Breakfast bar and Gaggenau appliances as its main feature.
PTC undertook all aspects of building works which included constructing a false wall around towers allowing for shadow gap lighting area and the installation of a structural frame for floating breakfast bar area.
The Kitchen was designed in Dark Marble Satin Lacquer with Lava grey carcasses. The Island is made up of both Silestone Polished Lagoon and Dekton Kovik with charging point and integrity Due large sink.
This project required a complete redesign to create a more open and functional space. This was accomplished by linking the dining room and lounge area.
Once we started it soon expanded into a reconfiguration of the utility area, cloakroom, Snug room and even then upstairs to change the layout of the master bedroom which we helped visualize the areas by creating 3D views of the rooms.
The Main kitchen was designed in Ash Graphite Lacquer with Lava grey carcasses. Worktops in Silestone Quartz desert silver with Black Quooker Flex boiling tap and cube to give a choice of Standard hot or cold water, Boiling water, Filtered chilled water or Sparkling water.
For this project the client required a complete house renovation. Several areas of the house were to be redesigned with a stunning, functional, family kitchen at the heart of the design.
We started by linking the kitchen, dining, living and Bar areas into one useable flowing space. This plan included a large statement German kitchen that incorporated a custom made banquet seating area. We used Polar white lacquer on the tall and base units, with the wall units and island in Putty concrete pearl grey. White Corian Worktops were used to seamlessly integrate the banquet seating area with the addition of a raised breakfast area in Putty concrete pearl grey.
The dining area also needed to incorporate storage space for coats and shoes as well as mounting for a TV. Bespoke Italian furniture was used to give ample, functional storage and also included a secret door that led to the family cinema room.
Two tone traditional
We were invited to view this project two days after the customer moved in, Instantly we realised the vaulted ceiling with Velux windows that were part of the hallway needed to be in the kitchen area. We reconfigured the entire downstairs and presented it back to the client in a 3D plan to show exactly what could be achieved.
This resulted in a complete change of layout, we swapped the living and kitchen areas as well as shrinking the hall to create a large open plan kitchen/diner, then by moving the vaulted area into the kitchen it flooded the space with light and created a sense of grandeur.
Wall, base units and drink centre in Ash Taupe Lacquer, Island in Ash Velvet Blue Lacquer. Silestone Quartz Pearl Jasmine worktops throughout.
Upside down house
This project started as two bedrooms but our client decided to move the kitchen and living space upstairs and bedrooms downstairs.
We went with two different colours and textures for the furniture doors to soften the space, Pearl grey matt lacquer on the tall and wall units with putty concrete graphite on the base units. The worktops are Silestone Gris expo with a raised 80mm Cortina quartz breakfast bar area to clearly define areas.
To complete the project and flood the living space with light we also supplied and installed Origin Anthracite grey windows and bifold doors. The bifold doors have integrated blinds within the glass for a sleek and maintainence free solution.
This client recently completed extension works to their existing bungalow where they wanted to create a large open space kitchen. The bi-fold doors facing the garden, spotlights and skylight over the kitchen create a very light open area to entertain.
The kitchen cabinets are handleless in white and velvet blue featuring bronze mirrored glass wrapped behind on the back wall with a gap to the side to fit in a television into the kitchen area. The worktops and kitchen island are done in Silestone Eternal Calacatta gold (2mm). The Caple Ridley tap in gold is a main feature in this kitchen.
Modern in tones of grey
We recently completed refurbishment works to this existing space in Sittingbourne. PTC undertook all aspects of building works including electrics, plumbing, flooring and decorating.
We went with two different colours and textures for the furniture doors to soften the space as well as black plinth and rail to create contrast to the base units. Wall and tall units have been finished in Putty concrete graphite with Graphite matt lacque on the tall and base units.
From our clients wishlist it was clear one of their main focal points was the open shelving and this was done in a silk grey oak effect. The worktops were finished in Silestone Niebla with breakfast bar area.