February’s kitchen project of the month
For February’s project of the month we have chosen the beautifully designed kitchen in Leeds belonging to the Roberts, who came to Harris interiors to transform their small kitchen into a large, contemporary, practical space.
Mr and Mrs Roberts’ Kitchen, Leeds.
Mr and Mrs Roberts from Pudsey, Leeds came to Harris interiors when they wanted to take their smaller kitchen comprising of two rooms and transform it into one spacious, multifunctional, focal point of their home
A spacious kitchen with an aesthetically pleasing layout
The Robert’s initially asked Harris interiors to remove a large wall in the kitchen to allow them to optimise the space for a better kinetics layout. This was the client’s main need and from there our designers guided the Roberts’ on the further design and colour choices.
Creating more space to fit the range cooker
Along with the wall that was initially taken down, Harris Interiors made use of yet more space by knocking down an old, unnecessary chimney breast which made way for the Roberts’ new range cooker.
Cutting costs with Laminate materials
To keep down the costs of the project, we recommended laminate worktops – although in most of the we would always recommend opting for solid worktops where possible normally, in this instance laminate worktops can provide a cost effective alternative to those working on a budget or equally wanting to save money in some areas in order to splurge elsewhere. We paired these cheaper options with a great design and stunning tiling that gave the kitchen its luxurious feel.
Vinyl wood effect flooring pulled the look together
Along with the use of laminate worktops, mdf doors and ceramic tiling the last material we used to really give this kitchen in Leeds its opulent look was vinyl wood effect flooring, the dark contrast of the wood effect flooring not only enhanced the kitchens exclusivity but also bought warmth to the now larger, open room.