Following a recommendation, Isabelle and Marcus came into our showroom in Chertsey and met with Fred to discuss their new kitchen. After that initial consultation, Isabelle chose not to visit other kitchen designers as she said that from speaking with him, she felt instantly that Fred would interpret their kitchen vision.

From that point on, as is often the case with our clients, the working relationship was a pleasure and it only took a couple of tweaks to create a final drawing that would represent the dream kitchen.

The cabinets are German Stormer Troja range in a mixture of platinum grey satin glass and bookmatched, walnut, handmade doors, with stainless steel handles.

The sleek Radianz Ural Grey 20mm work surfaces are uninterrupted and only house the Bora Classic inset hob and the Caple undermount sinks and tap. Power sockets are cleverly disguised in the EVOline stainless steel pop up units.

A stunning glass display cabinet with adjustable LED lighting shows off the glassware beautifully.

Isabelle didn’t want an island and preferred a peninsula that included a breakfast bar large enough to accommodate five people so we created it on the ‘corner return’, a beautiful 60mm walnut feature that connects the extensive L shaped peninsula and matches the cabinet doors.

All the white goods are integrated, including the Liebherr fridge freezers and the Kuppersbusch ovens, microwave and warming drawer are housed in the bookmatched walnut towers.

We’re delighted with the completed kitchen, as are Isabelle and Marcus, who love the new space in their home. Their kitchen is beautiful to look at and a joy to use we’re told.