A gallery of real-life Fusion kitchens, including notes from designers.
Our client was removing a wall to create an open-plan space to accommodate their dining room and kitchen, so they wanted a beautiful modern statement kitchen to occupy the newly created large and light space. They decided on the Natural Halifax Oak doors after seeing a display kitchen in our showroom here in Thurso, to compliment this they opted for chalk ceramic worktops and panelling to give the kitchen an industrial sort of feel.
We were in a privileged position to meet such creative clients who were open to new ideas and were interested in seeing my ideas combining both contemporary and classically styled cabinetry.
By listening carefully to our customer’s requirements and taking note of personal tastes, we were able to create a modern and fresh scheme. We used walnut accents to pull the timber elements together and minimalist Glacier Corian tops to keep the lines clean and uninterrupted.
Mr & Mrs McCusker had bought a brand new home looking onto Wallace’s monument in Stirling. The land was originally an old farmhouse with barns and sheds which have now be converted into 11 brand new houses by Bobby Halliday Architects. All houses were built to clients specifications.
This was to be Mr & Mrs McCusker ’s forever home. The space was going to be open plan so they were looking to create a warm and inviting space. We pondered over colours for a while and decided upon our Fusion Linear range in Driftwood and light grey gloss. The driftwood was to create the warmth and the light grey gloss to reflect the light and to make the room feel even bigger.
Having had one of our kitchens in their previous home, Mr and Mrs Findlay had a good idea of what they wanted from us. Our mission was to ensure their kitchen met their specification — and more!
The pictures tell their own story and everyone is happy, need we say more?