IQ Glass UK - Specialist Glaziers
Architectural Glazing Specialists
West Suide Case Study
Clean white surfaces. Clinical stainless steel fixtures. Straight lines and uncluttered sideboards.
This is the typical picture of what you would describe as a ‘modern kitchen design’ but a colour revolution can be seen to be popping up amongst designer kitchens through all the latest home design magazines and websites.
Bringing pops of colour into a kitchen design can add depth and drama to the kitchen space as well as drawing the eye to a focal point or area of interest. That was the key design factor to this recent contemporary kitchen design by Watermark .
The kitchen combined white cabinetry with dark pine finishes for a luxurious kitchen design, perfect for the small space available. The finishing touch was a bright orange glass splashback over the wall side kitchen cabinets. This splash of colour adds interest to what could have been a bland and impersonal space but, thanks to the kitchen experts at Watermark, is now a lively and stimulating corner of the open plan living space.
German kitchen design trends were prevalent throughout the client's brief for a handless kitchen. Modern kitchens, like this one, tend to opt for a handless kitchen design where the kitchen cabinet doors sit over the outside of the kitchen frame and have no handles for a completely flat, seamless kitchen design. A fridge, freezer and dishwasher were all integrated into the kitchen design and are hidden behind the handleless doors to provide the perfect seamless design throughout the contemporary kitchen.
Can you also spot the TV unit integrated into the kitchen cabinetry? With a white glass tambour providing a seamless design the home technology merges carefully with the surrounding cabinetry.
A solid wood Spekva breakfast bar was used to create more worktop and storage space for the family. This breakfast bar is also home to the Caple compact wine cooler and induction hob and there is enough surface space for the breakfast bar to be used as an eating area too.
All the appliances within the kitchen design were Neff including two single ovens, a Micro Combi, a Coffee Centre, a tall integrated fridge and freezer, an integrated dishwasher and a flush ceiling extractor.
The choice to use multiple single ovens integrated into cabinet walls maximises the space available for cooking food which is ideal for larger families or homes that like to entertain.
To make the splash of orange in the kitchen really pop LED plinth lights were installed which reflect light of the shiny orange surface and offer efficient task lighting for the kitchen sides.
Integrating colour into your kitchen splash backs is a great way to add a pop of colour into your own kitchen design without overwhelming the space. The best idea is to speak to the expert kitchen designers at Watermark to find out who you can integrate pops of colour into your own kitchen design. Contact them on 01844 338137 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To book your free design consultation at Sky House Design Centre call the team on 01494 722 880 or email email@example.com.