Hadlow New Build Kitchen & Bathrooms Project
Hadlow was a new build property, with a bespoke Day True kitchen-dining area, utility room, wardrobes, and four luxury bathrooms.
The kitchen-living-dining area was at the rear of the house, with glass doors which connect to the client’s beautiful outdoor kitchen and garden. With lots of natural light entering through the doors and the windows, depth was added to the space with two-tone cabinetry. A light colour was specified for the tall storage units, which extend to the ceiling, and a darker colour was used for the lower base units and the island.
A key feature of this kitchen was the island.
It was important to create a sociable space in this kitchen by adding seating around the island, creating a space for the family to gather around. Adding to this, a Bora hob was installed, with downdraft extraction, to allow the chef to interact with the room and entertain.
The sink was positioned under the window, which is a classic approach, centralised to the room. To the left, a bench seat was designed to fit under one of the windows, wrapping around the cabinetry to create a continuous space and to make the joinery appear as one.
Adding a vibrant wall to the kitchen introduced a beautiful splash of colour which ties together the blend of textures already in place while creating a clean visual demarcation between walls. This delightful finishing touch also paid homage to the family’s unique personality in a space they would spend a lot of time together and entertain their loved ones.
Hadlow’s cloakroom is fun. Just off the main hallway, the bathroom has no natural light, therefore the decision was made to embrace it to create a dark space. A feature bowl was added by Rexa, banked on a low floating vanity of Nero Marquina marble. Gloss black brick tiles were vertically stacked too, allowing the light from the feature fittings to reflect across the surface.
Creating a feature, spatial planning allowed for the walls to be opened up between the bedroom, dressing, and bathroom in the master suite- flowing into one. This created a dual aspect back-to-back, where you can see all the way through the room from the front garden to the rear. It has a lovely large walk-in shower, as well as a statement bath, and a double vanity hidden around the corner to keep the bath as the focal point.
The main family bathroom has a big walk-in shower and a separate bath positioned under the window, creating focal point as you walk into the room. To add some natural colour, fun green stacked tiles were used and were paired with neutral large format tiles. Both are easy to clean- perfect for the children.
The final bathroom was an ensuite, featuring a square bath from Rexa. Designed to fit in a compact space, the bath is 1200cm x 1200cm, making it a good multifunctional bath (with a ‘seated’ experience) and showering space.
The bright stonework opens up a smaller space with dark accents to draw the eye to functional aspects of the ensuite. The glass door maintains privacy without sacrificing light.
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