Mr & Mrs W from Harlow – Vivo Brown Grey Avola & Pebble Grey

Mr & Mrs W from Harlow – Vivo Brown Grey Avola & Pebble Grey

Mr & Mrs Wright came to us as they wanted something very bespoke and they couldn’t find what they wanted in any of the other big kitchen chains (we wont name names) so they came to see us at Wrights and found exactly what they wanted. This lovely couple basically renovated their whole house and the kitchen was to be the heart of this house, Their kitchen was manufactured here is Essex by a company we work very closely with and the quartz was also fabricated in Harlow. As a company we try our very best to source all our kitchens as local as possible and use smaller independent companies where possible. The design process with Mr & Mrs W took some months (as they were having building works done they had plenty of time to think about the layout and there was no rush) and we changed the layout a few times… They bucked the island trend and opted for a peninsular instead which acts as a breakfast bar as well as helping to zone off this massive space into a clear kitchen zone and living room zone.

I spent alot of time with Mrs W throughout this process and she was an absolute pleasure to work with… She knew exactly what she wanted with the overall look of the kitchen and has a very defined taste which beautifully runs through her house. We supplied beautiful AEG appliances for this kitchen including a coffee machine and wine cooler (the customer had already fallen in love with and brought a range cooker before getting us onboard with this project so we planned the kitchen around this).

The white marble effect quartz is the crowing glory of this kitchen and with its step up for the seating area and its waterfall end on the peninsular just looks amazing. We not only fitted the kitchen we also tiled most of the downstairs of Mr & Mrs W’s home and also a hotel style feature tiled wall in the living area of this room.

We loved being part of this project and love doing something a bit different.

 

Illustration by: Sam Holden

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