We’re delighted to land coverage in the acclaimed Real Home magazine with a recent customer’s kitchen project.
Our Sheffield South branch delivered a dream kitchen well worth this excellent coverage.
When Kirsty and James Harpham first approached the branch, they brought with them a wealth of experience from renovating their 19th Century farmhouse. After all, they’d spent 10 years on the project so far. The icing on the cake was to be the final phase; overhauling their kitchen space.
In partnership with our in branch kitchen designer Sarah Walsh at MKM Sheffield South, Kirsty and James worked through iterations of their plans until they finalised the perfect solution, encompassing the kitchen, utility room and larder, dining room and living area, enabling the whole family to be in one room together, which was key to the Harpham’s brief.
Housed within new extension, the kitchen areas were part of a build project which isn’t unusual for a kitchen project and our in house designers are used to working with architects and builders – to deliver the perfect result.
Sarah, our kitchen specialist at Sheffield South commented:
“It was important to design a functional and workable kitchen space for Kirsty and James, with a contemporary feel whilst transferring the feeling of heritage into the new extensions. Modern luxuries such as roof lights were added sympathetically and the kitchen style was always going to be in keeping with the property”.
Favouring neutral colours, Kirsty chose a traditional shaker style ‘New England’ for the units ad kitchen island, in a subtle pumice colour. The room feels light and airy with white walls, complemented by the white contemporary work surface.
Each door in the New England kitchen range is available in a wide choice of colours.
If you are interested in this range, why not pop down to your nearest MKM to find out more. Consultations with one of our kitchen specialists can be arranged through our enquiry form, or contact your nearest MKM branch.