This social, open-plan space was created by combining the kitchen and garage. The glossy dark units and chunky walnut worktops look designer but were actually from a DIY store. The chandelier extractor fan above the island unit adds a touch of glamour.
The previous units were dated and the kitchen space was small and dark. By knocking through to the garage they created a larger space stretching the length of the house.
This area manages to stay clutter-free as there is plenty of extra storage in the new design. Subtle red and pink accessories add an injection of colour.
To keep the worktops uncluttered, as much storage was fitted as possible. The island’s built-in units are ideal for storing dry goods.
These handy drawers neatly store cutlery and crockery helping to keep the kitchen tidy and organised.
A slimline wine fridge has cleverly been squeezed in this gap at the end of the units.