The client wanted a light-filled kitchen diner where she could relax after a busy day. Previously, the kitchen had dated wooden units and dark worksurfaces so was a gloomy environment. Small windows were replaced with bi-fold glass doors across the back wall, with the table ideally located to maximise the view out to the garden. The kitchen itself is painted in a porcelain finish and the door has a delicate half pencil & scalloped detailing to give definition to the furniture. The chrome handles add the finishing touch. The whole scheme is light and airy with just the right amount of contrast in colour from the marble flooring and chair legs. The client is a keen cook and the range cooker is very much at home in this classic-styled kitchen. Storage has been carefully considered in the scheme and there’s a great mix of deep drawers, cupboards and a pantry to cover all storage requirements.