An entrepeneur from Warwickshire was building a new property in the Cotswolds and wanted a kitchen that had the WOW factor.
When a recent client, an entrepeneur with an engineering background, discovered Kesseler he instantly knew this was the kitchen company for him and his project. A client who doesn’t do things by halves, he wanted a kitchen that would have the WOW factor for his self-build property in the Cotswolds.
Living in Warwickshire at the time, his local showroom was Kesseler Birmingham, where Adam and the team set to work creating a beautiful kitchen space.
The space was fantastic, with a Cotswold feature stone wall for the main part of the kitchen, plus limestone flag flooring and a 30ft high pitched roof with ash cladding and lots of glass overlooking the garden. In addition, a small back kitchen was also required.
The island is a real centrepiece of the space, as this client is very much a fan of gadgets and technology.
The client wanted a traditional kitchen that was befitting of the style of the property, whilst also having a contemporary twist that would ensure it’s timelessness. This was a client creating a dream kitchen for a dream home, part of an open plan living space that would be used more than any other in the property.
In the end, the client opted for Aldbury, a 20mm Shaker door with a 68mm frame and a visible grain which can also be painted any colour. The doors are finished in Light Grey. Behind those doors lies beautiful Hamilton oak cabinetry for a premium finish that one expects from a luxury kitchen.
The kitchen also features a beautiful 20mm thick Dekton worktop called Lucid, which has a soft cream base with a mix of gold and blue tones. There is also a solid timber breakfast bar made by Danish company SPEKVA.
A feature area at the end of the kitchen for glassware and other storage has black fluted glass doors, making this a very contemporary section of the kitchen space.
The island is a real centrepiece of the space, with Acupanel wood panelling wrapping around one side with the bar stools.
As this client is very much a fan of gadgets and technology and wanted this kitchen to feature all the latest mod cons. The island features open wine racking from Vintage View and a 600mm Caple wine cooler and chopping boards with in-worktop storage.
The client wanted to be able to charge his devices without the need for unsightly cables, whilst also future-proofing the space for modern and upcoming technologies, so there is wireless charging through the work surfaces from Mastercharge and pop-up S-Box sockets with a matching stone lid.
For appliances, there is a beautiful, bright blue AGA range cooker, plus Smeg American-style fridge-freezer. In the smaller back kitchen there are Smeg ovens with warming drawer, a BORA hob and Quooker boiling water taps throughout.
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