This kitchen epitomises how important carefully considered and scaled design is. We have transformed what was a dark and cramped space, into a bright and inviting contemporary space. Key changes included removing the wall between the previous kitchen and dining room, and lowering and enlarging the picture window which looks out over the garden. The sleek gloss cabinetry in a very light grey tone transforms this home for modern day living.
We recently had a photoshoot of our design team in the Synergy kitchen in our showroom. From left to right: David Nelson, Designer, Tamsin Sturgeon, Designer and Glen Wright, Designer/Director. If you would like to meet with any of our design team to discuss your project then call teh showroom on 028 92639964.
This kitchen, from our 50th Anniversary collection has been deisgned for a detached new build residence in Saintfield. The finished scheme is a bespoke crafted kitchen from elm wood with solid oak internals and dovetail drawers, demonstrating traditional cabinetmaking techniques. The chunky 200mm oak butcher’s block breakfast bar and oak feature drawers add contrast to the island with pull handles adding to the detail. Handpainted in Wrights in-house custom colours of Partridge grey and Carbon grey contrasting on the island finished with a statement splash back the scheme combines the classic design elements the owners wanted while also satisfying practical requirements.
On seeing the handmade 50th Anniversary collection the couple knew that was the style of kitchen they wanted for their home. ‘We loved the quality and style, and the fact that it is fully bespoke furniture, custom made to any size we wanted was also a major selling point.’ While Julie and Jeremy were keen to bring warmth into the kitchen they were also mindful of keeping the room spacious and functional, so they took Glen’s advice on colours, materials and finishes. ‘Glen advised us on every aspect of the scheme, even recommending which floor tiles to select,’ says Julie. ‘He really was exceptional throughout the process.
This beautiful bespoke 30mm in-frame shaker style kitchen from our 50th Anniversary Collection has been designed for a renovated detached residence in Co. Down. The custom crafted cabinetry has been painted in Farrow & Ball Pointing & London Stone, for an elegant, sophisticated look. Rich solid walnut internals contrast nicely with the light, bright doors. Appliance provision includes the latest Bosch ovens, while Calacatta Gold Silestone completes the luxury look.
Designed for a large contemporary new build in Co Armagh, this kitchen features bespoke gloss cabinetry with seamless integrated brushed steel handle, finished in specially selected Graphite colour with brushed steel plinth, from our Nocturnal Collection. Appliances include two single ovens, combi oven, warming drawer, induction hob and integrated dishwasher, all from the Smeg Linea range. The design has been finished with 20mm ice white quartz work surfaces, contrasting with the American Oak butcher block breakfast bar.
This stunning contemporary kitchen features bespoke cabinetry in Slate veneer, complemented by gloss grey units. The scheme has been inspired by the amazing views of the Mourne Mountains outside, with the colour theme and slate doors both being influenced by this. Custom studwork enhanced the linear appeal, allowing the cabinetry to recess into the wall, while a custom designed ambient lighting package brings the space to life as dusk draws in. Dekton works surfaces in 20mm profile and contempoary black glass fronted Bosch appliances complete the sleek look.
We are loving our latest five page feature in Decor magazine... The Synergy Collection, as its name suggests is a reflection of beautiful forms, finishes, textures and colourways, fused to create an inspiring and truly unique scheme with intricate design details throughout. Explore the handcrafted cabinetry to admire the traditional joinery details and expert craftsmanship. Blurring the lines between classic, vintage and contemporary influences, Synergy is a fusion kitchen that brings out the beauty of diverse design in a truly unique way.
After months of design development, we are thrilled to announce that our new Synergy Collection is now installed in our showroom. This premium solid wood painted kitchen features an array of unique design features. The brief for our Design Team was to think outside the box, and come up with a distinctive look unlike anything available in Irish market. Big thanks to ex Ulster Rugby legend Roger Wilson who came to our showroom to help promote the new range.
Consulting with kitchen designer, Glen Wright of Wrights Design House on the recommendation of a friend, the owner was immediately drawn to the 50th Anniversary collection on display in the showroom. Classic in style yet with a fresh and timeless feel, this design was the perfect fit for the newly extended kitchen footprint. ‘I restored many of the period features throughout the house, such as cornicing and large skirting boards so I wanted to create something quite classic for the kitchen, adding a contemporary feel with statement colour.’ Two colours have been chosen from the Farrow & Ball palette – a subtle grey tone, Ammonite and dark and dramatic Railings, which can be seen as the contrast colour.
Elegance in abundance here in this beautiful inframe kitchen from our 50th Anniversary collection. 30mm solid wood cabinetry had been handpainted in crisp tones from Farrow & Ball. The kitchen features solid walnut internals and dovetail drawer details. A double door bespoke pantry unit provides great accessible storage while also housing the kettle and toaster. We specified a recessed area in the ceiling to add interest, and have included ambient lighting in the shadow gap. Appliances include a premium stainless steel Brittania Range cooker.
Based on a recommendation from friends, Carol and Trevor made contact with Wrights Design House to explore their options. ‘Our kitchen was oak with coloured tiles so I was keen to go for something totally different, a really contemporary look to really transform the room.’ Dealing with designer, David Nelson of Wrights Design House, the couple talked through what they’d like to achieve from a newly designed scheme. ‘It was when David came out to the house to get a feel for the space that he suggested knocking the family room and kitchen into one. It really is unbelievable the difference this has made. David has totally reconfigured the space so create such a bright and open layout