Sometimes the standard range of colours just won’t cut it and this kitchen was sprayed to match a paint sample provided by the customer. The deep, slightly bluey, charcoal grey is complimented beautifully by the marble grained effect quartz surface. The unusual shape of the room, created the unusual feature of a peninsular coming off the side of the tall housings, featuring storage, open shelving and seating. Chunky 50mm posts were requested to enhance the in-frame style of the Petworth door and the drawers were specially made as slab fascias without the normal shaker panel. The kitchen features pull out larder and corner storage, with a bespoke pantry and some very effective open shelving. The dishwasher and fridge freezer are integrated, whilst the washing machine and dryer are stowed away, all keeping the clean lines of the design. This is one of the most bespoke kitchens we have carried out and took some effort, but it was well rewarded by a customer happy that they got exactly what they wanted.