We were looking back through our press archives recently when we came across an article in Houzz which was published in 2015.
The article is centred around a large scale kitchen project which was memorable in a couple of ways; the first was that it was a new-build, a large house in the country made to specification by the owners. This, as we mention in the article, allowed us to be involved with planning from the very early stages, working with the owner to make little changes here and there that, together, would make a big difference to the finished project.
The other thing that made this kitchen unique to most others in our portfolio was its location in Felsted, Essex. In general, most of the work we do is local to our Surbiton studio around the South-West London and North Surrey areas – which can mean anywhere from Battersea, Clapham, Wandsworth, Putney, Twickenham, Wimbledon and out to Chertsey, Weybridge, Cobham and Epsom.
As the article says, the project was completed in the Summer of 2014 so it’s by no means the most recent example from our portfolio – but it is a good case study of our processes and how we work with homeowners to create a kitchen that works beautifully and looks every bit as good as they’d imagined.
The homeowners preferred a more traditional style of kitchen so the main challenge for us with this project was to create a kitchen in a classic style within a brand new space.