Mackintosh Timber Shaker Painted Cashmere Wincanton, Somerset
Design is mostly about balance, order and symmetry, but the creative element should fully represent you, the client. The best designed spaces will evoke happy emotional responses. This generally starts with lighting; sunlight being the optimal source. With this particular project we suggested glazed French doors to give easy access to a sunny terrace. The removal of an internal wall helped to maximise natural light and open up the space to then shape the room accordingly. A total redesign is often needed to meet a client’s brief. The large central island provides ample storage with deep, soft closing pan drawers and a great informal entertaining space where friends can gather in comfort.
Whoever is cooking can chat to family members and guests in the open plan kitchen. Solid oak worktops add texture and provide a welcomed study area close to a window with shelving above to store files and hide away any paperwork. The dual control 3 oven AGA not only generates a warm relaxed atmosphere but ensures succulent, easy-cook meals and reduced running and servicing costs. The Mackintosh Timber Shaker Cashmere doors add a classic style to the room while the Cosmic Black granite brings a bit of sparkle and glamour to the design, enhanced by the beautiful vintage mirrored splashback that sits behind the AGA.
‘Spillers and Ruth were extremely professional and I would be happy to recommend them.’ Kitchen Owner
Attention to Detail
Pull out kitchen storage.
Cool Blue Under Worktop Lighting.
Franke Nyon Tap.
What were the main reasons for choosing to work with us on this occasion?
‘The design they produced’
How would you describe your experience with the team who looked after you, particularly the designer.
‘Ruth was excellent and James did a good job. Jennie was also very good at keeping me updated.’
Most important question of all, can you sum up your overall experience with Spillers and your designer?
‘I am delighted with my new kitchen. Ruth has definitely designed a kitchen with me and my changed circumstances in mind and produced something really stunning.’