This home went through a major revamp and extension, giving us some control over the extension dimensions to accommodate this design.
This is a stunning inframe hand-painted kitchen, our client wanted a range style oven and a double Belfast sink. The design evolved around these 2 aspects and we incorporated the original utility room as a walk-in pantry with doors matching the kitchen. The deep navy island unit is spectacular against the white kitchen.
This classic hand-painted, in-frame kitchen is a stark contrast to the owner’s previous kitchen which served them for over 25 years. The client contacted Abbeywood looking to get a larger fridge and remove a Stanley range. After much discussion and design brainstorming, they opted to replace their kitchen and they are thrilled with the end result.
On visiting the Abbeywood showroom, they loved the classic painted kitchen to the ceiling and wanted this as part of their design. The replacement of the wall facing the garden with a full wall of glass opened up the entire area and brought the outside in.
The Kitchen is coved to the ceiling to maximise storage space.
This kitchen is a mixture of contemporary and rustic with Dekton worktops
This Kitchen and Island unit is fitted in a very large open plan kitchen, dining living room. The client is very creative and knew from the outset what her style of kitchen would be. It was a pleasure working with both of them from early in their house design to their kitchen installation.
This couple and their young children came to Abbeywood Furniture looking for a modern and family-friendly kitchen.
Spacious with lots of clever storage, this kitchen consists of contemporary handleless doors on the island unit in a very pale grey colour and the main kitchen and dining side of the island is painted in a vibrant blue colour.
The island has a down-drafting hob and a raised breakfast area to hide what’s on the hob when sitting at the table. The integrated fridge and freezer fit snugly into a purpose-built alcove adjacent to the Island and dining table.
The Silestone quartz worktop has waterfall gables on the island, and the breakfast area is solid Iroko Teak.
This classic in-frame hand painted kitchen is simply beautiful.
Fitted as part of a kitchen renovation and extension, we urged our customer to lower the large window where the original sink was, and add a window seat to bring light and space into the room, and so it did.
This room is warm and inviting and perfect for entertaining with the dining area to one side and a large living space to the other side, with a view of both when working at the island unit.
I recently recommended Abbeywood Furniture to a both a neighbour and a very good friend. Why? Abbeywood are professionals and master craftsmen who delivered on time and budget, and with a smile. After an initial meeting at their showroom Donal paid his first visit. He cast a fresh eye over our kitchen which dates from the 1970’s. His initial suggestions were to remove a suspended ceiling, repaint the room, sand the floor and basically let the light in. It hit the budget but what a difference this made. Donal’s vision and eye for detail is amazing. He then looked at the fitted kitchen, admired the craftsmanship and told us we would be crazy to take it out.