Beautiful Kitchens in Muted Tones

Bespoke pale stone-coloured high gloss furniture with contrasting dark oak framing and doors have been selected by two of our contract partners recently for prestigious projects in Buckinghamshire.

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Nationcrest PLC have recently completed a stunning new build home in Knotty Green, Buckinghamshire with this fabulous kitchen at its heart, packed with the latest top-of-the-range Miele appliances including a steam oven, induction hob, premium wine conditioning cabinet, dishwasher and a full height integrated Miele fridge and separate freezer. This gorgeous space also contains a Quooker boiling water tap to keep worktops clear of small appliances and a discreet telescopic extractor hood for odour-free cooking. Polished Quartz worktops and a glass splashback mean this is a very easy kitchen to keep clean, and the choice of high gloss finishes creates a very light and reflective atmosphere. For more details use this link to view the kitchen in our Portfolio pages, or call Richard Smithies in the Design Matters office.

Our friends at Germain Homes commissioned Chiltern Construction Ltd to build two properties in Amersham, and Design Matters to provide the kitchens. The same materials were specified in each plot, but the designs are strikingly different.

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The dark oak elements were custom made for these projects and manufactured to order, creating a completely bespoke solution. Both plots are kitted out with a superb choice of iQ Siemens appliances, a waste disposal unit, and an integrated fridge/freezer and a choice of extractors; a ceiling mounted extractor with glass canopy in one plot, and a Falmec Luxury Collection downdraft extractor in the other, below:

Stunning_contemporary_kitchen_for_Chiltern_Construction_by_Design_Matters_KBB_LtdBeautiful polished Quartz worktops make these kitchens glamorous and exceptionally easy to keep clean. Visit our Portfolio pages for more images, or call Richard Smithies in the Design Matters office to discuss your next project!