This tongue-twisting new installation is a recent design by Aron from our Worthing showroom and has been recently installed in the Partridge Green area. This kitchen uses German Nobilia furniture from the Stone Art and Touch ranges, with the stone-grey slate shade used from the Stone Art range and the slate grey supermatt shade used from the touch range. This kitchen interestingly uses two doors with contrasting textures, with the Stone Art door utilising a more rugged textured door and the Touch door being a silky ultra-matt finished door.
This kitchen uses the modern option of handleless doors with a stainless-steel handrail used to allow seamless access to units. Again, in this kitchen a tambour unit features, with smoked black translucent screening and transparent glass shelving. A popular feature of the tambour units is to have an integrated plug socket, this allows smaller appliances like a toaster, kettle or radio to be stored in them without using exposed worktop space. Aron has also ‘framed’ this customers existing American fridge freezer with the Stone Art furniture to make a feature of the appliance.
This installation makes use of Neff appliances throughout, with a Neff single Slide&Hide oven and a Neff combination oven both used within a Stone Art furniture section of the kitchen. A Neff electric hob has been used in this kitchen in combination with a Neff telescopic extractor hood and a Neff fully integrated dishwasher.
The Neff telescopic extractor used in this kitchen has several impressive features. One being that it uses a unique slide out mechanism so that you can maximise extraction from the appliance. The compact design of this extractor means that, although it has an expanding reach, it actually takes up a smaller section of the above kitchen unit. The extra space saved by using this appliance results in great space to store herbs, cleaning supplies or other cooking essentials.
A beautiful light blue splashback has been used in this kitchen which adds a touch of colour to the kitchen and nicely complements both grey unit shades. This kitchen also uses Silestone quartz worktops in a Bianco Rivers shade which is made up of several both light and dark grey shades. A two-seater breakfast bar has also been incorporated into this kitchen which has a delicately fabricated rounded corner for safety.
A Blanco Supreme undermounted sink is used in this kitchen which has a one and a half bowl structure and has been intricately fitted and sealed underneath the worktop. Drainer grooves have also been fabricated into the worktop in this kitchen for simple draining and minimal worktop clutter. The final element to this kitchen is the Honed Oyster Slate coloured Karndean flooring that has been used throughout the kitchen area. If you want to include any of the mentioned features into your new kitchen request an appointment via the book appointment link below.