Have you ever wondered how a company like Uber Kitchens works with your interior designer or architect?
Uber Kitchens works regularly with local Interior and Architectural design companies, but today we are going to highlight a recent project we completed with Walk Interior Architecture and Design (Walk ID).
One of the services that Walk ID offer their clients, in addition to an in-depth consultation, is a visualisation of the space under consideration.
Our client, based in Romsey, Hampshire, was recommended to us from a previous client in Winchester.
Uber Kitchens joined the project as there was an extension being added to the property to accommodate a new kitchen / dining / family room – a true multi-function space!
As there was more than just a kitchen design required, we recommended WalkID to our customer, as we have completed several successful projects together and felt it would be a good match.
WalkID met with the client and developed the concept seen below:
The finished project included special details such as grain-matched wood veneered wall units, coordinating with the bespoke dining table and breakfast bar, also provided by Uber Kitchens.
This project is a great example of utilising several finishes in one space, giving a contemporary ‘layered’ effect.
We included Rempp Smoked Oak Veneer for the wall units, a white ceramic-effect for the base cabinets and a pale grey gloss for the tall appliance area and bar.
Uber Kitchens also constructed the built-in seating area, which included the valuable addition of lift-up storage areas for this busy family.
Integrated appliances included Siemens fridge, ovens, induction hob, dishwasher and Caple downdraft extraction.
Uber Kitchen’s involvement extended to a utility / boot room and a ground floor cloak room.
Like what you see? Why not contact us today to arrange a convenient time to plan your project?