Willesden Green,

A Rotpunkt kitchen using ‘Titanium’ & ‘Kashmir’ gloss doors to perfectly balance the dark with the light. The theme is followed suit on the workops, with the raised bar adding an interesting dimension to the workspace.

The large bi-fold doors immerse the kitchen with natural light allowing the designer to be bold with the use of materials and colours. The large-format tiles create a  feeling of abundance space.

The accent of colour on the ceiling creates a well rounded and well thought out kitchen to meet the client’s exacting requirements. The Gaggenau wine cabinet situated next to the pocket doors provides the ideal place to open the perfectly chilled bottle of white wine.

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