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Thoughtfully designed German Kitchen


Our customers had a clear vision for their new kitchen. They were extending at the back of their property and wanted a modern German kitchen with a kitchen island which would allow them to enjoy the view of the wonderful garden. They worked closely with our designer Cathy, at our Worcester showroom, and chose a Pronorm black oak door for the island, which complimented the cladding on the exterior of the new extension. The other base cupboard doors are finished in ultra-matt white for a timeless, classic aesthetic. The addition of the natural oak doors added warmth and texture to the kitchen, combined with Dekton worksurfaces and splash back, the colour palette blended beautifully in the space and complimented the clients choice of flooring. A Quooker tap was included for easy access to boiling water on tap, and Neff ovens and induction hob for easy cooking.

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