Our brief was to completely renovate a traditional scheme and design a chic, industrial style bespoke kitchen in a converted coach-house. We achieved the chic design by using a streamlined combination of high gloss spray-painted units with matt Alpi veneer cupboards and white quartz worktops. The industrial feel was established with large chrome extractor fans, metal ducting and huge vintage factory lights, together with an American style stainless steel Fisher & Paykel fridge. We added curved American black walnut breakfast stools to complete the design. Other key aspects include a huge larder cupboard, Miele wine cooler and ovens, Gaggenau hob and original 1970s Aga. We designed every room in this home, and here on our website you can view the bespoke living room, yoga studio and home gym, and bedrooms.
Our brief was to create a modern, sleek, luxurious bespoke kitchen from architects' plans for a new-build townhouse. We designed this scheme to provide maximum storage, together with the facility to eat at the island unit and at a separate dining table. We installed sleek pale quartz worktops and high gloss units near the windows to reflect light. We created the contrasting and luxurious feel with a dark porcelain work surface on the island unit, which appears as aged metal, and pale toned large format floor tiles laced with flashes of glitter. We added luxury soft furnishings in the form of roman blinds throughout the kitchen and living space made from a beautiful, embroidered silver-grey linen from Threads. Other key aspects of the design include flush handle detail, Quooker hot tap, Miele wine cooler, Siemens ovens and warming drawer. We worked on the whole house for this client; please take a look at the bespoke dressing room and storage and shelving unit.
Our brief was to design a bespoke kitchen with a contemporary Shaker style for a huge open plan living space in a large family home. We created a pared back Shaker design for the basis of the cupboard doors and drawers. For the contemporary elements we used white Quartz work surfaces and light oak details for the breakfast bar, shelving and toy cupboard. We cleverly concealed an RSJ with antique mirrors, chalkboard and photo gallery, and the extractor fan with tiling and high cupboards. Other key aspects of the design include a walk-in larder, integrated bespoke tray and chopping boards, Liebherr wine cooler, Mercury range oven, Fisher & Paykel fridge freezer and dishwasher, Neff integrated microwave. For this client, we also designed a bespoke media unit and dressing room.
Our brief was to design a sleek, minimal bespoke kitchen in order to complement the newly modernised interior architecture of a Victorian garden apartment. We produced clean lines with very minimal matt lacquered kitchen units and aluminium plinths. We added stylish details with dark porcelain work surfaces and splash back, a steel shelf and an antique mirror wall. Another RSJ has been hidden by tall cupboards, shelving and concealed LED lighting, from which the island unit stands. We designed the island unit to house an integrated TV and sound bar, to be viewed from the seating area opposite. Other key aspects of the design include a Gaggenau integrated fridge freezer, Siemens induction cook top, Miele ovens and wine cooler.
We know that embarking on the design and development of a new kitchen is not something to be taken lightly. Creating a space that is both practical and exciting, that stands out from the rest, can be a daunting task. But, that’s where our specialist, bespoke kitchen designer at Detour can help. Our aim is for you to enjoy every step of the process; from initial design ideas and working through the layout to choosing materials, appliances, colours and finishes that best suit your individual needs. And the result? A wonderful space that suits you and the way you wish to cook, eat and entertain - a bespoke kitchen, which is both fabulous and functional. Contact us to find out more.