Phelan Case Study
Velevety chocolate and cappuccino hues mark the sumptuous Marsh Oak + Segmento perfectly combined with Ivory quartz.
With the removal of a wall the aim was to create a working and well equipped kitchen with the added function of a social room where both the clients and their teenage children could comfortably entertain guests.
Programme + Segmento
Door Style Marsh Oak & Gloss Light Yellow
Worktops 30mm & feature 80mm Caesorstone
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Mr & Mrs Phelan commented...
"The showroom definitely has the wow factor and we were initially spoilt for choice with the selection.
We explained to Natalie that we had a relatively small kitchen in relation to the size of the rest of the house and were looking to create a more family orientated space that could be used for relaxing and chatting whilst preparing meals etc.
Natalie's enthusiasm for the project was evident from day one and she was confident she could use the space to design a layout ideally suited to our brief.
We weren't disappointed!
The installation process went more smoothly than we ever could have imagined; the whole team worked seamlessly with each other, Jimmy (the fitter), the plumber, the electrician and the solid surface installers were all friendly and efficient and we had none of the traumas usually associated with having tradesmen in the house!
The final product is fantastic, both aesthetically and in practical terms with everything laid out logically and the quality of the whole kitchen is second to none.
The only down side is that we now have a living room that we hardly ever use as we spend all our time in the kitchen!"
Peter & Julie Phelan