St. Albans,

A dark, matt ‘Carbon’ Rotpunkt kitchen energised by flooding the space with light to create a ‘chic’, balanced feel to the kitchen. The dark worktops complements the depth of the coloured furniture but further creates a contrast with the light walls.

Every great kitchen has a secret but here there are two. The pocket doors delightfully reveal a magnificent bar complete with a wine cabinet. The second secret is the dining table converts effortlessly in to a pool table. A game anyone?

The minimal look is completed by the lack of handles on the tall units creating a focus on the fridge and freezer. The designer here has clearly used the concept of ‘less is more’ to it fullest.

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