A selection of our completed projects.
Completed as part of a new build project for high end developer Realm Construction; this modern handleless rail kitchen needed three things; big impact, aesthetically beautiful and extremely functional.
Working with Mark we achieved what was set out in the initial brief and I think you'll agree that this Halifax Oak and Concrete Kitchen is amazing.
Mike & Lucy refurbished the whole of their new home; as well as opening up the kitchen/dining area to create a huge open plan space to cook, eat, entertain and socialise with friends and family. The idea was to create a unique kitchen that could accomodate all of these activities whilst using a modern, true handleless design.
Our clients, Alex and Andrea, were introduced by their chosen contractor, Empire Construction Group. After visiting our showroom to discuss ideas and drawings we generated a kitchen design based on their must have items and aesthetic requirements. After the initial kitchen design they met us at the PWS Design Centre in Slough to view the full kitchen collection at this flagship showroom; this gives our customers a chance to view large format worksurfaces and every colour option on offer for their new kitchen. When at Slough Alex and Andrea advised that their project might be featured Channel 4 and George Clarke's Old House, New Home.
The Wild Green project was a new build dwelling, located in Walton on the Hill. This stunning new home need a kitchen that was beautiful yet practical - the results were amazing.
The customer wanted to create something striking, modern and handleless for their new kitchen. Their vision was to include different textures and colour tones whilst giving them maximum storage. We utilised the high ceilings by incorporating tall units and additional 'top box' units for added space. We went with a German style; handleless rail kitchen using our Unity ranges finished in Egger Silver Grey Metal Slate & Sand Orleans Oak and utilising a graphite rail profile. These dark tones look fantastic; and the Sand Orleans Oak lower wall units just help to soften and break up the dark doors and graphite rail profile.
Our client had seen the 1909 Shaker and came to us to design something that would work well in her period home, which was being refurbished.