As we approach the end of another busy year here at Kitchen Design Centre we reflect on another successful year that’s seen our designers create a wide range of kitchens in a multitude of colours, styles and designs.
As always, creativity and exceptional customer service has been at the very heart of all our projects. Here’s a look at some of the incredible customer kitchens we’ve designed and installed in 2023:
Paul Harrington “overdelivered” in the words of the customer when he delivered this amazing kitchen for Wes and Zara. Adopting a matt black palate throughout, the result is a sophisticated, sleek black kitchen that’s enhanced with contrasting vintage oak throughout and has totally transformed the couple’s home.
From a dark kitchen to a light grey one with Suzanne Ryan’s absolute show stopper that she did for a family who built their own home on the Fylde coast. This large contemporary kitchen is perfect for this stunning home and ticked everything on the family’s wish list, being perfect for every day living and entertaining larger groups. Suzanne loved working from architect’s plans and having input from the outset.
2023 has seen a rise in the installation of utility rooms and pantries and this project in Blackburn saw Will Hustler design a stunning kitchen together with separate utility room and a separate pantry in two rooms next to the kitchen. The family chose their kitchen based on our new Blackburn display and then chose a contrasting Hampton Ocean Blue colour for both the pantry and utility room.
Hampton Ocean Blue has been very popular this year. It was also chosen for this modern shaker style kitchen that Rowan Chick created for a family who visited our Urmston showroom. With a large island and bespoke dining table this kitchen is a clever twist on a traditional style and has become the heart of David and Lois’ home.
It’s not just dark colours that have featured in 2023 as this light, contemporary kitchen we did in Bury shows. John Crosby worked from architect’s plans to create Glenn and Brenda’s ideal kitchen for their renovated vicarage. Utilising Laser Soft Grey units and contrasting with taupe and summer oak wood accents, the result is a light, bright, homely space.
Wood has also been a trend in 2023. Anthony and Mel chose a Nordic style kitchen in dark wood tones. Working with designer Lou Roberts from our Blackburn showroom, their kitchen featured Cognac Vintage Oak.
Our last featured kitchen is an extension to a former kitchen we did back in 2020. Andrea and Stephen loved their kitchen so much that they extended their home and created a large open-plan area that incorporated their existing kitchen with a new large bar and drinks area. Paul Harrington matched the bar to the existing kitchen perfectly, creating a space that really has the ‘wow’ factor.
If you’re thinking of a new kitchen in 2024 then let our team of expert designers create your dream space. Book your free design appointment here (link) or call in to one of our showrooms in Barrowford, Blackburn, Failsworth, Urmston or Liverpool to see our fantastic displays and chat to one of our designers.