We have worked for this client in the past restoring their conservatory at the back of their beautiful Victorian period house.
They are avid cooks and socialites and wanted to create a space that was welcoming and beautiful, but also practical and hard wearing (lots of grandkids & friends running around!).
With the help of their designer (and our contacts at local suppliers) they put together a new kitchen that would take advantage of their existing features, but make a very practical an usable area for lots of future Lunches and dinners with friends and family.
Period/Age of House: 1850s
No. Bedrooms: 4
No. other rooms: 4
No. of floors: 3
Floor Area: 175m2
Cost: approx £35,000
Wall type: Solid
Opening up the spine wall between the kitchen and the dining room and then adding bespoke hand made internal bifold doors allows the space to be used in an open plan way, but also to close off areas to make it cosier (and easier to keep warm) in the winter months.
All new electrics, flooring, quartz work surfaces and all the top of the range kitchen appliances now makes this a dream space for this lovely couple to enjoy with their family for years to come.
Not to mention we did all of this with COVID restrictions in place, and the uncertainties that inevitably crop up when people were testing positive and unable to turn up – just making the complicated process just that little bit more awkward.
But i think the testimonial says it all:
““Thank you Alex, & btw everyone else reading this I thoroughly recommend Alex’s building firm. They installed our kitchen last year, & I couldn’t be happier with them & the result.”
The client shard this on social media and said I could use it on our website too! Cant ask for more than that!
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