Featuring Ultrawhite and Metal Gloss Evolution units by RWK from Kitchens International.
Designer’s Tip –
“We made a feature of the awkward nooks and crannies by using reduced depth units, bright pink glass and recessed lighting to create glamour and interest”
Cohesive Look –
Raspberry glass alcoves and vinyl flooring have been continued through to the living area to link the spaces.
Price Guide: £13,800 for a similar RWK design from Kitchens International
For further information please visit your local Kitchens International Showroom or telephone 0131 337 3434
While location is generally the main motivation in a house move, it’s a safe bet the kitchen will also be a major factor in the decision to purchase a new home. Kitchens sell more houses than any other room, as the place that was once almost the exclusive domain of the cook has become a multifunctional area used by everyone – truly the heart of the home.
Visit your local Kitchens International showroom or call 0845 074 0022 for further information.
… the Working Triangle. When it comes to ergonomics there’s no more tried and tested design than the classic kitchen working triangle, originally developed in the 1940s. The three major work areas – fridge, sink and stove – are arranged in a triangle to minimise the distance you have to walk while working in the kitchen.
A small breakfast bar adds an extra dimension to this G-Shaped design while diverting traffic away from the working triangle.
For full article, see Beautiful Kitchens Magazine, May 2013
Visit your local showroom or call 0845 074 0022 for further information