Colour Pop Kitchen

Whitchurch, Cardiff

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A photo of the kitchen area with light grey cabinets, marble worktops and a funky green geometric tile for the splashback. A photo of the same angle of the kitchen area with the units partially installed and bare plaster walls.

A new extension creates a larger kitchen, dining and living space and adds lots of light from the partially glazed roof and bi-fold doors. A carefully chosen palette of soft greens, mustard yellows and warm blues, along with touches of copper and brass combine to make a welcoming living space.

A photo of the new light oak flooring, the dining table and the yellow, green and grey dining chairs. A photo of the same angle with bare plaster walls and temporary uPVC sliding doors.
A photo of the pale green sofa, oak coffee table and the kitchen area and dining table behind. A photo of the same angle with bare plaster walls, some of the kitchen units stacked up and temporary uPVC sliding doors.
A close up of some gin bottles which are on the built in shelves.
A photo of the yellow armchair with the colourful rug and the built in shelves and wood burning stove in the background. A photo of the same angle with bare plaster walls, and before the wood burning stove was installed.
A photo of the green geometric tile splash back in the kitchen area.

Striking geometric patterns run throughout the design, giving the eye something interesting to see in every direction.

A photo of the three wall lights in the extension area, with the glass roof above. A photo of the same angle with bare plaster walls and chipboard covering where the glass roof will go.
A close up of the built in shelves styled with gin bottles, a plant and artwork.

Pops of colour added inside the stove surround, on the tiled splashback and in the accessories turn this space into something unexpected and special.

A view of the green painted built in shelving, with the Frame TV on the wall, and the sofa and yellow armchair. A photo of the same angle before the shelving was built, with bare plaster walls and some of the kitchen units stacked up.
A close up of the walnut sunburst clock on the wall.
A photo showing the kitchen window with the green painted wall around it, and the new colourful Roman blind. A photo of the kitchen area with the old window, bare plaster walls and no window dressing.
A view of the pale green sofa with the oak coffee table and fresh flowers in front. A photo of the area were the sofa is now, with the boarding and temporary  uPVC sliding doors.

The textures, colours and patterns of the design soften the harder lines of the kitchen area, and visually link it with the cosier lounge area, making the whole space work.

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