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It's Got Legs

A great description of a recently completed kitchen as described in July/August Image Interiors....

Above is a masterclass by interior designer Jane Higgins in how to fit a new kitchen into a period townhouse refurb. For this contemporary rear extension, the owner wanted a bespoke ‘’unfitted-style’’ kitchen so Jane designed an oak counter, floating shelves and lacquered base units on individual legs for a lighter look. Love! 087 662 2356, janehigginshomedesign.com
— Image Interiors, July/August 2015

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Recently completed project-Bespoke handmade kitchen

I recently did some work on the extension and renovation of a city centre period home. The Client wanted a handmade kitchen that did not look too traditional in styling. We designed and installed (working closely with the Clients Builder and Architect) a bespoke kitchen which was lacquered to match Farrow and Ball ‘Moles Breath’, this rich colour combined with the oiled oak counter, handle less doors and floating shelves creates a contemporary look in the room. The kitchen sits on individual wooden legs which gives it a slightly lighter appearance. A shallow larder with an oak interior provides plenty of storage for food.

Overall a very smart bespoke kitchen made to the highest standards and still good value for money………and a happy Client-overall a good outcome!

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