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Bespoke kitchen and utility room in a grade 2 listed cottage in Northamptonshire. Doors are from Marpatt using their Mowbray oak shaker doors painted in pebble. Customers own appliances, integrated washing machine and an integrated 450 dishwasher and leathered granite. Shallow depth base unit supplied infront of soil stack. and a concave curved corner unit. 900 tall wall units and extra tall cornice. 900 corner concave curved base unit. The chimney used to be a part of the bakery and was adapted to fit the oven with an induction hob, the oven base unit was specially made and includes the 900 bespoke drawer. 100mm curved pilasters complete this feature. Utility room has a curved 900 wall unit and a tall fridge freezer tower and most importantly space for the dog bed.

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13/09/2017
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Our customer wanted a complete redesign of her kitchen layout with more storage space, deep pan drawers, a tower oven, boxing in of her american fridge freezer, a redesigned seating area, integrated appliances, curved units, a bin and the microwave moved off the worktop. Originally the washing machine was between the american fridge freezer and the boxed in soil stack. The seating area was the other way round but felt cramped. The oven was built under and difficult to use. The kitchen is a reasonable size but has 4 doorways in it to consider. The customer purchased new integrated appliances so we could hide the dishwasher and washing machine either side of the sink unit and placed a curved base unit by the back door so there are no hard corners for grandchildren to run into. To turn the island seating area around we removed the existing radiator and fitted a plinth heater, this freed up enough wall to move the peninsular so the seating area was not so confined and with the curved peninsular post this softened the corners. This also allowed having an oven tower, then with the oven out of the way we could have an extra wide set of pan drawers. We provided wire works to go into the cabinets either side of the drawers for easy access. By putting a microwave in a wall cabinet that freed up valuable worktop space. Around the American fridge freezer we fitted a shallow depth 300 larder tower to hide the boxed in soil pipe, a wide top box and a 3 door 500 larder tower for seperate storage areas. We finished it all off by supplying the black sparkle quartz, led under unit wedge lights, led plinth lights and the customer chose a bespoke made to measure painted black sparkle splashback to give it a wow factor.
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Contacted by Mr and Mrs B as we'd previously supplied them a kitchen in their old house and having moved they were now looking for a new contemporary high gloss kitchen. They'd seen a gloss aubergine and cream kitchen on a display and asked if we had any doors to match. We chose the Odyssey doors in aubergine and mussel, an acrylic faced hi gloss flat door and finished with a 2 tone edging, the decor panels also in acrylic had matching edging. Customers requirements included easy access into the corner unit, boiler to be boxed, their microwave and oven to fit in tall towers, extra tall units and to maximise their storage.
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Recent kitchen we supplied. 22mm thick handleless ivory gloss doors from our stock Jazz range with colour matched rigid cabinets. Priced against Wickes, our customer saved over £6000.00 and has a kitchen design that works. Quartz Lapaz worktops, upstands and window sill supplied, customers own appliances.
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Lifestyle Kitchens was contacted by SR Carpentry and Building Projects to design and supply a new kitchen for their customer. The customer wanted to create a large kitchen and dining room space with a view to the back garden by removing the dividing wall.
Our client wanted the kitchen to flow around the room with plenty of curves, in a continual run of cabinets and to maximise storage space. Also we had to have room for an american fridge freezer, 2 ovens for baking, an island with enough room for seating, a quartz worktop for her pastry, a large waste bin cupboard and a pull out larder.
We chose a white gloss painted and lacquered door from our Lifestyle Collection and our rigid cabinets, we supplied all the Neff appliances, Franke sink and tap.
All the building work and the kitchen installation was expertly carried out by Steve at SR Carpentry and Building Projects who we liased with through every stage of the project.
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03/05/2017
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A large kitchen extension in a north beds village. I started designing the kitchen from the architects drawings and input from the customers requirements. As the build progressed the design evolved with ideas being exchanged and improvements made, a floor to ceiling look to the the towers, a pull out waste bin, internal cutlery drawers, dummy doors, extra deep units with deeper drawers.
Originally the main requirements was to be able to hide the laundry appliances, a large island, lots of storage with ease of access. All with a seamless balanced look and flowing from the old kitchen into the new extension.
As there were going to be made to measure doors required we decided on doors from Marpatt and we liked their Monarch door. Marpatt are able to supply their timber shaker doors in any size.
I arranged for the customer to visit Marpatts own factory showroom in Leicester where they could see large displays of the different door styles available, the choice of colours available and this confirmed that they still liked the Monarch door.
The Monarch smooth door is a contemporary shaker style door with a bevelled edge to the wide frame and made from lime wood.
The island was painted in stepping stone and the wall run painted in cashmere.
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22/04/2017
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Marpatt Airo Gloss kitchen in high gloss white and anthracite.
The Airo door is a high quality 22mm thick MDF door thats available in a high gloss white and is also part of Marpatts Infinitie collection and can be painted in any colour and level of sheen.
A mixture of standard and bespoke door sizes and bespoke cabinet sizes are used to create this stunning contemporary kitchen.
White gloss doors for main part of kitchen and Infinitie anthracite doors for the island, dekton porcelain worktops, white on the island and anthracite for the rest. Bespoke bifold wall units. Customers own appliances, induction hob and island extractor.
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18/04/2017
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Marpatt Monarch Smooth painted kitchen. A mix of Marpatt foundation light grey units and bespoke paint to order for the island. Cabinets are all rigid build and colour matched to the door finish. Bosch oven, microwave and extra wide induction hob, Pure White quartz worktop, upstands and window sill, undermount sink and instant hot water tap (free with Marpatt kitchens), all supplied by Lifestyle Kitchens.
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17/04/2017
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Bespoke wall unit sizes to fit around boxing, infills to ceiling to eliminate dust traps, pan drawers and bespoke door size on oven tower.
Recent complete modernization of a dated kitchen with a sleek modern Dover door from 3dSolutions with subtle edge detail and colour matched rigid cabinets. Designed with access and easy cleaning a priority. We supplied all the units, wenge worktops, appliances, sink and tap. Bespoke midi tower for the integrated fridge with a deep pan drawer. Extra tall wall units and extra tall bespoke oven/microwave tower with pan drawers and made to measure door. Matching alabaster gloss infills to the ceiling to eliminate dust traps. New slim line dishwasher now positioned next to the sink. Bespoke sized units and doors to fit around the boxing in the corner. Wenge breakfast bar used to fit into the archway in one piece. Before and after pictures.
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17/04/2017
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