The Sunningdale Kitchen

The Sunningdale Kitchen

Tasked with designing a kitchen fit for a young family, we created the Sunningdale kitchen – a minimalist open plan design for this Berkshire home. Featuring floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, an island cooking/dining area with additional storage capabilities and fully integrated appliances, the Sunningdale kitchen fuses a cement caesarstone worktop with a shark profile, alongside off-white cabinets, which together create a clean and contemporary aesthetic. Take a closer look below. STYLE Contemporary FINISH Handless and caesarstone shark worktop Appliances: Mile Combi Oven, Liebhar fridge, Blanco Zerox sink & brushed chrome Quooker tap. Fittings: Mirrored splash back, leather seat wooden stalls and copper pendant lighting. For further advice on your kitchen planning and design, please contact Neil Norton Design on 020 8715 5575 or at 167 Arthur Road, Wimbledon Park SW19...
5 Benefits of Bespoke Kitchens | Neil Norton Design

5 Benefits of Bespoke Kitchens | Neil Norton Design

January 2016, your calendar is on its first page and there’s no better time to start thinking about that renovation project you didn’t quite get to grips with in 2015. With planning, research and focus, your dream of a perfect kitchen is more achievable than you might first think. As a general rule, don’t underestimate the importance of design and practicality. Remember, your home and how you use it is unique, so when it comes to planning a new kitchen or any other living space for that matter, ensure you choose a designer who understands you, your family and home. The kitchen is the heart of every home, so it’s important you achieve a comfortable and functional space where you can not only cook up a storm but also spend quality time with friends and family. If you’re considering renovating your kitchen, and are considering bespoke but still need a little convincing, then here’s a list of 5 benefits of bespoke kitchens over modular kitchens (pre-made cabinets and parts). 1. Flexible Your individual needs should naturally be a priority. Bespoke kitchens are flexible and built to fit your kitchen, instead of your kitchen fitting the flat pack. This allows you to optimise storage space and achieve a greater style and finish. 2. Lifestyle The layout of your existing kitchen may simply not work for you anymore. Whether your family has grown in size or the kitchen was designed for the previous owner, remodelling your kitchen is likely to bring lifestyle benefits. A bespoke kitchen allows you to create a design that is social, introduce a breakfast bar or drinks cabinet for cocktail...