Here are a selection of our most recent design and installation projects. Use this page for inspiration, or to see examples of the quality of the work we carry out.
Mr Sellar and Mrs Harcombe's kitchen historically received little natural daylight and consisted of tired, dark wood units installed in the early 1980's. They really wanted their new kitchen to lighten the space, while also being practical and easy to use. The project was transformational and included removal of external walls, installing bi-folding doors, and a radical new kitchen design ... and all within a Grade II listed building.
In addition to light, the priority for the new kitchen was functionality. An in-built dishwasher and fridge-freezer were integrated into the design, as well as a new oven and induction hob. To improve lighting and worktop usability, under cabinet lighting was installed to bring warmth and improved visibility.
The family chose to move away from a traditional style kitchen and selected white, minimalist Leicht wall cabinets units and grey veneer wood floor units. The colour of the units opened up the space and maximised daylight from the new bi-folding doors. Adding a breakfast bar to the space provided extra surfaces for eating, preparing meals and socialising. The cool, pale green glass splashback injected colour, warmth and individuality into the kitchen.
The clients love their new space and "genuinely felt that they [Kitchens By Design Bristol] wanted us to be happy with the end results" praising how our team were always contactable and very welcoming in the showroom.