Client: Private commission
Architect/Designer: Falkus Joinery 
Project type: Design, build, and fit 
Joinery requirements: Two kitchens and a separate tea station.
Items include: Cabinets, kitchen doors, legrabox, draw units, pull out corner storage, built in bin storage, door handles, all kitchen appliances sourced and installed  
Address: Creighton Avenue, North London


The client

The joinery was privately commissioned to carry out the design, build, and installation works for two bespoke kitchens and a tea point for a North London family home.

The client was looking to extend and refurbish the space to accommodate their parents.  Their vision was to create private quarters for their parents to enjoy whilst still having full access to the house. A key factor of the design brief was to focus on maximizing light and storage to complement a minimalist style.

Bespoke Kitchen

Despite having separate design meetings both couples opted for the high-gloss cream slab doors with a Peanut Butter Hi-Macs worktop. The client’s parents chose to take the smaller more accessible kitchen and selected push-open cabinet doors and internal storage accessories. A Hi-Macs worktop was built for the larger kitchen which featured a waterfall breakfast bar which ran into the dining table. To help improve the flow of the kitchen during busy periods, a kitchen run was designed and built in the corridor to act as a tea station.


The results

The kitchen was contrasted with black Kuppersbusch appliances with a stainless steel metal trim. Modern/industrial style handles and taps were included throughout, as well as a zip tap for convenience.

From concept to completion the project lasted six weeks, and resulted in some very satisfied clients

We hope you enjoyed hearing about this North London bespoke kitchen project and if you are local to London, why not pay the workshop a visit. 

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