We have just added details of two new projects in our Portfolio pages. Follow the links below for more information.
We have also started taking short video clips of some of our more interesting accessible kitchens. As soon as we are up to date we will begin adding links to the projects in our Porfolio to bring them alive. Watch this space, and consider ‘liking’ our Facebook pages if you would like to receive automatic updates.
First up, a beautiful kitchen/diner in high gloss lacquer with polished Silestone worksurfaces and a fantastic high performance ceiling fan to keep the look ultramodern and streamlined.
Follow this link for more pictures of High Gloss Cream Lacquer and Silestone.
And next a stunning fully accessible kitchen for a wheelchair user in Hampshire, with gorgeous Neff and Gaggenau appliances, two sinks, a hot water tap and a pair of hydraulic lifters for critical food preparation areas.
Use this link for more images of Light Oak and Sahara Corian.
We are delighted to present a gorgeous new accessible kitchen recently fitted at the West London home of Geoff Adams-Spink, former BBC correspondent and producer and currently Director of Adams-Spink Ltd. Mr Adams-Spink has upper limb disabilities and severely impaired vision as a result of the morning sickness drug, thalidomide. Following an injury in the 1990s, he also has chronic back pain.
Geoff worked closely with designer Adam Thomas to create the perfect kitchen for his newly extended home. The goal was to create a modern, yet timeless kitchen that would be a real asset to the house. Geoff selected Access Matters light oak furniture in a simple shaker style. It was important to incorporate good visual cues into the design, so dark polished granite worksurfaces were added to the scheme along with light porcelain floor tiles. This makes it much easier to see the edges of the worksurfaces. Careful lighting choices also emphasise the perimeters of the floor and provide focussed task lighting on the large island unit.
The impressive Elica Om extractor hood can be operated by remote control, as can other accessories in the room. A striking blue glass splashback, above the hob, picks up the colour of the LED plinth lighting and provides an easy-clean surface in the main cooking zone. Appliances have been set at very precise heights to ensure good access, and heat resistant pullout surfaces beneath each oven allow hot food to be transferred safely. Neff SlideAway ovens were selected for this design because their doors disappear into a void beneath the oven cavity, creating a safer cooking experience.
Mr Adams-Spink believes that the beauty of his kitchen lies in the subtlety of the accessible features, which are not immediately apparent. And for us this room is the epitome of a well designed accessible kitchen; function and form in perfect harmony, and a totally bespoke solution for our client.
More images of this superb room can be found by using this link. If you would like more details about our accessible kitchen service, give us a call and arrange to meet Adam to discuss your requirements.