What a fantastic year it’s been here at Kitchen Design Centre. Our talented team of designers have helped many customers realise their dream kitchen and we’ve witnessed the completion of a wide range of stunning projects in both traditional and contemporary styles.
As always, creativity has been at the very heart of our projects; whether that be smaller gallery kitchens or larger kitchen spaces that incorporate dining, living and entertainment areas. Whatever the space, the end results have been spectacular! Here’s a look at some of the incredible customer kitchens we’ve designed and installed in 2022:
A truly unique design is evident in An industrial Scandi Style Kitchen by designer John Crosby. The customer originally wanted a shaker style kitchen but John came up with a modern, handle-less design, incorporating raw materials throughout and complementing the original features in the room. Central to the design was an ‘L’ shaped island that works perfectly, filling the large space.
In contrast to this, Showroom Manager Simon Thomas created A Classic kitchen with Modern Elements: a stunning classic design with a predominantly traditional feel but incorporating modern elements throughout. Simon’s vision transformed the space as he reconfigured the entire room, knocking a wall down and opening up the kitchen to create a combined snug area.
A large space in a house in Hale, Cheshire called for a dramatic, grand design and designer Paul Harrington delivered with Design Brilliance: A striking contemporary design with one of the longest islands we’ve ever done. This kitchen also featured our unique Silver Star textured door which contrasted brilliantly with the white palette of the rest of the kitchen.
Designer Will Hustler created the perfect compact contemporary design for a kitchen in the Ribble Valley, opening up the space to create both formal and informal dining within the kitchen. It was a real transformation from the existing kitchen design but Will ensured a vibrant, contemporary feel with coloured lighting and created a much more practical space with more preparation area and storage.
The perfect kitchen, utility and boot room for a tractor shed was a unique project that called for expert design. Designer Suzanne Ryan stepped in and was faced with an agricultural building with half a roof, no door and missing walls when she first visited this dilapidated tractor shed. A great deal of vision was required and treating the space like a blank canvas, Suzanne created a stunning contemporary open plan living and dining area.
And of course, we can’t let a review of 2022 go without mentioning one of the highlights of our year: having our design skills recognised at the prestigious Northern Design Awards where we were finalists in the Kitchen Design Space category for this fabulous Dark Style Industrial Kitchen. Congratulations to Rowan Chick and the Urmston team. What a fantastic achievement.