Stunning extended kitchenContemporary Kitchen, Glasgow
One of the two islands!
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The clients wanted a classic, timeless design with a calm and relaxed ambience, so they plumped for hard-wearing laminate doors, in a subtle mix of magnolia and grey, with slimline handles. ‘They wanted the kitchen to feel part of the whole space, not just be tucked away in a corner, hence having two islands,’ explains Heeles.The designer took a modular approach to the kitchen by creating distinct zones with the help of two island units. The first (white island) is a food prep zone close to the dining area. This leads seamlessly into the cooking hub, with appliances banked along one wall, which is then linked to the dining area by the breakfast bar. ‘The main challenge was to ensure this large space, which could almost be described as cavernous, was transformed into a stylish cooking, eating and dining area, with good ease of movement for the whole family and a natural flow between the different zones,’ says Heeles. Ceres cabinets, Leicht. Single oven; steam oven; combination oven; warming drawers, all Siemens. Planning a kitchen island? Check out the 10 decisions you need to make