Light Quartz/Composite, Wood
Open Plan Living
Shaker In-frame Kitchen
Solid Walnut Cabinetry
Hand-crafted curved cabinetry
Bespoke hand-painted island
This amazing contemporary shaker kitchen is about giving a home a stunning focal point.
The shaker style kitchen opens into a beautiful light seating area, giving the kitchen an open and airy feel.
This in-frame shaker style kitchen is crafted in Walnut with hand-painted cabinetry finished in Farrow and Ball White Tie.
The contemporary kitchen features a large bespoke curved island in walnut with painted curved cabinetry, the work surface is Ivory Shimmer Silestone with round walnut surface for the seating area. The island provides spacious seating enough for a large family or socialising and houses drinks fridge.
Bespoke cabinetry was created for this kitchen with lift up doors for a range of wall cabinets - housing small appliances. The tall hand-painted wall unit have been finished with glass panels. Bespoke cabinetry allows Holme Tree to design and build cabinets to disguise boilers and appliances. A large walnut and painted cabinet was created to house the large floor mounted boiler - making it part of the kitchen but still easily accessible for maintenance.
The kitchen incorporates the very latest Quooker Fusion Tap with hot, cold and boiling water as well as a range of Neff appliances.
We work with customers throughout the East and West Midlands - designing and fitting dream kitchens, this contemporary walnut shaker kitchen was built for a Leicestershire client.
Visit our online brochure or project pages for more bespoke contemporary shaker kitchens designed and made by Holme Tree . If you like an appointment contact our bespoke kitchen design team or drop into our Leicestershire kitchen showroom.
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