With a shaker style door painted in a light grey and finished with chrome knobs, this project had a mix of traditional style with a contemporary finish.
With the edition of a curved end to the wooden island worktop, which was finished with L.E.D lighting on the plinths, there was a feeling of a free flowing design around the rest of the kitchen.
We placed the Miele oven, warming drawer and microwave with the Induction hob close by so all the cooking was able to be carried out in one area. The client also wanted a Quooker boiling tap included, so we managed to match the Quooker tap to the Perrin & Rowe bridge tap that we sourced for them.
We also included a chef’s larder with vegetable baskets, spice racks and a wine rack; as well as a large amount of storage, this made sure that everything had a place.
I approached Harrisons of Somerset because we’d seen Gary’s work in his showroom which was adjoined to his fabulous workshop and we quickly realised that this guy knew what he was doing. Making kitchens was his craft!
Harrisons of Somerset helped me by listening to what we wanted, visiting our home on numerous occasions and offering ideas that we hadn’t even considered when we were thinking of replacing the kitchen.
The result was a kitchen that we love and works for us.
One thing I liked was their easy going yet extremely professional approach to the project.
I found the experience easier than we had expected with disruption kept to an absolute minimum with Gary’s fitting team working around us and not the other way around.
I would recommend Harrisons of Somerset to people who need a superior kitchen with a bespoke design that fits their particular lifestyle.