Coastal Kitchen Ideas and Designs
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The owner of a detached seafront property in Sandgate, Folkestone, was looking for a new kitchen that would be sympathetic to the picturesque coastal location of the property. The owner wanted the space to be welcoming and relaxing, taking inspiration from the look and feel of a traditional bright beach hut. Having had a Stoneham Kitchen before, and impressed by the quality, the owner wanted her new kitchen to be of the same craftsmanship. She therefore approached kitchen designer Philip Haines at Stoneham Kitchens for her second kitchen project. To get the natural feel of the beachfront, the owner opted for Stoneham’s Bewl range with in-frame flush doors, finished in a rustic oak enhanced grain and painted in Crown’s Starry Host – a sea inspired shade of blue. In contrast to the deep ocean blue hue, part of the kitchen cupboards were finished in Crown Mussel – a soft cream tone.
Having been referred to us by friends, our clients knew they could ask our cabinet makers to craft exactly what they wanted. So when they came to visit us at our workshop in Shere, they bought twelve pages of sketches, photos & notes detailing all the features they had loved in their previous kitchens and lots of new details they wanted to include in their new build. Read more about this project on our website.
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