Kitchen Makeover: Update your Storage

This modest sized kitchen is an earlier project we completed. Our client wanted a stylish, modern kitchen with additional storage and more working space. The project involved the complete removal of old furniture, the replacement of old floor tiles, a fresh coat of paint, and new appliances and cabinetry.


A rather small, dated kitchen lacked storage space, exposed the washing machine, and needed a complete face life.

What we did:

  • We used matt white and wood veneer finishes for the cupboard doors to create a contemporary look (Bianco Platino, Heban Veneer) and fitted a 30mm Samsung worktop in Ferio Black finish, bringing the look up-to-date and providing the clients with more storage and worktop space.
  • We painted the walls white: lifting and visually opening the space, whilst provide a great backdrop for the aqua splash-back.
  • Integrated appliances were installed: The majority of these are hidden from view inside the cupboards. Installing the oven at eye -level makes it easy to access and safe for a family home, to be used around children.
  • The flooring was updated, using Porcelanosa tiles.
  • Lastly, we installed a bold splash-back for a touch of colour: We love the use of red accessories against this bold aqua splash-back!After:

    We created a space that now has sufficient storage without changing the layout but instead, putting an unused wall to good use. The transformation is simple yet effective.

    If you want to make changes in your kitchen, need to replace your worktop or update your cabinetry, we would love to hear from you. feel free to contact us by filling out the contact form and a member of our team will be in contact soon.

This entry was posted in Dining, Everything, Favourite posts to be recycled, Furniture, Homes, Inspiration, Kitchens, Materials and Details, Residential and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Kitchen Makeover: Update your Storage

  1. Amberth says:

    Thank you for some great advice on kitchen design and improvement.

Leave a Reply