Portfolio – Wimbledon

We were approached by a customer to renovate a 2 storey house with period features near Wimbledon. As this was a refurbishment project, they wanted our professional advice on what would suit the space to create a light, modern and airy feel to what was a relatively small room. Having already purchased a kitchen from us the previous year, they knew we offered a completely tailored and bespoke service to suit their needs.

Happy customer, Before, Kitchen Living, Kitchens Southampton
Wimbledon Project - Kitchen Living Hedge End Southampton
Happy customer, Before, Kitchen Living, Kitchens Southampton
Bathroom - Kitchen Living Hedge End Southampton
Happy customer, Before, Kitchen Living, Kitchens Southampton
Wimbledon Project - Kitchen Living Hedge End Southampton
Happy customer, Before, Kitchen Living, Kitchens Southampton
Wimbledon Project - Kitchen Living Hedge End Southampton

THE BRIEF

The property required a full house refurbishment which included internal structural changes and an extension. For the kitchen the customer wanted something contemporary, light, bright and spacious. They chose pale cream as main colour with contrast surround in wood, similar to a kitchen they had in a previous property.

THE CHALLENGE

The London Town house required a lot of structural work to support the building. Being a galley kitchen, the kitchen was fairly small and we were limited on space to fit all the required appliances in. We decided to relocate the bathroom to create extra space making it a lot more attractive to perspective purchasers.

THE OUTCOME

We were able to create bespoke size cabinetry to make the best use of the kitchen space and the two tone colour in the cabinetry provided a wow factor. The matching quartz splasback and upstand gave clean lines and a practical working area but saved costs on tiling.

WHAT THE CLIENT SAID

We were very happy with the bespoke service that was provided for us. This was our 4th project with Kitchen Living which says a lot about how highly we regard them.
— Mr and Mrs P, Wimbledon