Modern Kitchen Andover | The Myers Touch
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Brief

With an exciting and contemporary new-build in the making, our clients were looking for a kitchen design that would create a personalised and luxurious feel within the setting of a 1st story living area that would have as its focus beautiful countryside views on both sides of the room.

Since one room was to be used for cooking, dining, relaxing and as the main gathering space for the home, it was important to ensure that the kitchen occupied the most practical space, allowing plenty of flow for the other furniture and activities. The kitchen incorporates both a large larder and a huge amount of storage so that it is a truly clutter-free zone whilst the island is the central feature to make the most of the wonderful views to two aspects.

Challenge

The layout follows a wide L shape with a central island which is wide enough to house both the hob and the sink. The Miele induction hob includes an integrated extraction which allows the client a seamless view across the island and out to their wonderful farmland vista. A Neolith Bromo worktop provides both beauty and durability, making use and cleaning of this kitchen a dream. Hidden within a bank of tall cabinetry lies a large walk-in larder space, perfect for storage of everyday items, or for keeping pre-made party food a secret! The dark SieMatic cabinets in Onyx oak laminate create drama and visual strength in this large open-plan space, whilst a soft sterling grey finish was chosen for the island and console cabinets to bring warmth and light into the central area.

Outcome

Who wouldn’t dream of an open plan living space with a kitchen that looks out onto the meadows of Wiltshire? This chic kitchen-living area contains all the storage a busy home needs, whilst presenting a quiet and understated luxury. Personal touches such as the bold stone breakfast bar and a wood and resin table made by the client himself evoke a message of individualism, and the result is a space in which these clients can truly unwind.

Our Clients had this to say:

Keith's passion for design and Helena's eye for interiors left us satisfied we were in the right place when we visited The Myers Touch showroom to discuss our kitchen plans. The way they approached our design was exactly what we were after and allowed us to focus on other aspects of our Build.
Peter Lelliott