The U-shaped design of this kitchen is separates it from the living area without losing the sense of openness. A focal point in the scheme is the furturistic-looking extractor, which is echoed by a black glass splashback beneath. The white backdrop allows the Zebrano and dark Linear Wenge veneer units to take centre stage.
Wenge plinths serve to frame the curved design, while underheated porcelain floor tiles run throughout, linking the cooking and living areas. Smart, rounded base units finished in a striking Minty Zebrano hi-gloss, balanced by rich, dark brown wenge veneer furniture tie the design together.
The tall, wenge unit is divided into three sections and houses a roomy pull-out larder, fridge freezer and two ovens. Its position at one end of the kitchen means it does not interfere with the workspace. An overhanging quartz surface features concealed lighting that shines onto the floor, while practical stainless-steel stools allow it to double as a breakfast bar.
Even the smallest storage space is used efficiently. At just 150mm wide, with two chrome baskets and built-in, soft-close mechanism, this pull-out unit is ideal for storing spices and bottles of oil. Satin nickel-coated square handles finish the cabinetry perfectly.