Another Successful Installation

When Antony Sherman of ACS Project Management was contacted to view this country kitchen it consisted of a small kitchen and walk through breakfast room devided by a load bearing block wall and doorway. Following discussions with the client and the inclusion of the services of our structural engineer, Antony designed a new kitchen which incorporated the two rooms into one creating this luxury bespoke kitchen diner.

With ACS Project Management over seeing the entire project and using its own proffesional contractors throughout, the original kitchen was removed in its entirety with the waste being disposed of from site by professional and enviromentally sustainable means with as much of the original kitchen being recycled as possible. The structral wall was removed and the electrics and plumbing updated to meet the requirements of the new kitchen.

The old ceramic floor tiles were removed and replaced with the new ‘Creme Brulee’ Character Travertine stone floor tiles which were supplied and fitted by ACS Project Management. This flooring also extends into the downstairs cloakroom, laundry, and boot room.

The kitchen units were designed by Antony and manufactured by a local bespoke furniture company, the units are solid inframe units with indevidual doors and drawers, and were painted on site by our proffesional furniture decorator. 30mm thick Ivory Fantacy stone worktops completes this luxurious kitchen and include the upstands which also run up to and create the window sill to the sink window. The large clear lacquer Oak bun knobs compliment the two Oak dresser units, plate rack, and lacquered Oak worktops bringing the dining and cooking areas together.

The dining area of the kitchen has been designed with two low level painted units either side of the painted bench seat (with lift up lid for storage), all with lacquered oak tops. Framing these units are two oak glazed dresser units complete with glass shelves and LED lighting to create a comfortable and relaxing enviroment for entertaining aswell as sitting with a cup of coffee while reading the sunday papers.

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