Book matched veneer and high gloss kitchen

Great Jubilee Wharf          Anne and Mark, came to us with their Victorian Wharf conversion looking for a bespoke kitchen in Wapping.

They were looking to open up their current layout to allow for beauty, space and sociability to shine through.   Mixing the desired contemporary finish with the period and existing structure of the building resulted in a stunning design finish that was the perfect location for the parties the couple wished to host. Being both Bespoke kitchen makers and Interior designers enabled us to really bring the two space together.                           Stainless steel worktops, mixed with curved glass breakfast bars echoed through the room with curvaceous shaped bespoke furniture.

Modern Interior Design Kitchen. Bespoke Kitchen. Grey High-Gloss Lacquer. Mauve Splash Back. Stainless Steel Worktops. Curved Glass Breakfast Bar. Bespoke Wood Cupboard. Book-Matched Veneer. Grey Tiles.
Modern Interior Design Kitchen. Bespoke Kitchen. Grey High-Gloss Lacquer. Mauve Splash Back. Stainless Steel Worktops. Curved Glass Breakfast Bar. Bespoke Wood Cupboard. Book-Matched Veneer. Grey Tiles. Stainless Steel Hood.
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Modern Interior Design Kitchen. Bespoke Kitchen. Grey High-Gloss Lacquer. Mauve Splash Back. Stainless Steel Worktops. Curved Glass Breakfast Bar. Bespoke Wood Cupboard. Book-Matched Veneer. Grey Tiles. Stainless Steel Hood.
Interior Design Kitchen. Bespoke Furniture. Grey High-Gloss Lacquer Cabinetry. Full Wall Kitchen Furniture. 
 

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‘Thanks so much for all your help. We’re very excited about our new kitchen and Paul (the project manager) is doing a conscientious and touchingly enthusiastic job, which we really appreciate.’
— Mark