A modern, True Handle-less Kitchen

Kitchen Style




7th March 2022

A modern True Handle-less Kitchen for a Client in Aston Fields, Bromsgrove.

Our client lives in a lovely detached house in Aston Fields; but the dining room, kitchen and utility were all small, individual rooms that weren’t fully utilised.  Our client wanted to create an open plan, sociable space; so dividing walls were taken out; and fitting bi-fold doors really opened up the space bringing in light.  Within the space he wanted a utility area with a separate sink, an island unit with a breakfast bar and a table and chairs.

After visiting our showroom, our client was drawn to the true handless kitchen that we had on display.  He chose doors in graphite grey fleetwood with book matched horizontal grain and plywood faced in light grey.  The oven housing and built-in tall fridge and freezer were housed in wood grain with book matched units between the two; creating a nice niche for the hob to be placed centrally.  The hob was housed in plywood units, faced in light grey, with a matching woodgrain handle-less rail (the top edge of the doors are bevelled to create the handle-less rail).

The island unit (also with bevelled doors), housed the dishwasher, wine cooler, sink and Quooker tap.

Corian worktops in Raincloud with axix sinks, completed the look.