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OUR KITCHENS IN-FRAME Based around a timeless British feel, an in- frame kitchen exudes quality and attention to detail. These kitchens are beautifully crafted and will create a stunning focal point in any home. The in-frame kitchen collection is available in two styles: a con- temporary slab front and a classic Shaker, both can be tailored further with a myriad of painted colour and beading options. A painted in-frame kitchen will settle time- lessly into any home. Its extensive palette includes a balance of neutral, fresh and rich tones offering many complementary and contrasting colour combinations.


CONTEMPORARY KITCHENS Let us design a contemporary kitchen for the way you live your life. Our carefully selected styles offer flexible kitchen layouts and allow you to express your personality with no compromise on quality, functionality or practicality. These kitchens are typically defined by clean lines, wide drawers, unadorned fronts or simple handles. Finishes can vary from a contemporary matt painted front, to a high-gloss acrylic or wood veneer. Contemporary style is perfectly in-tune with the latest kitchen trends with an exceptional choice of designs and materials. An impressive portfolio of feature accessories creates that all important personal touch.


“It has been a pleasure working with you, both in the planning and building of our kitchen.”


Mr & Mrs B – Hope Cove. “We really appreciated all the


CLASSIC KITCHENS The classic kitchen is a warm and welcoming centre to the home and can enhance a period property, or offer a subtle contrast in a modern setting. A classic kitchen will have a timeless design appeal whilst still incorporating modern features, allowing you to enjoy the space for years to come. Classic kitchens may include more period-related details such as pilasters, cornices and plate racks. Finishing options range from classic solid oak shaker fronts, to painted and curved cabinets offering a more modern take on the style. Classic style boasts an extensive selection of timeless designs, all the essential ingredients for a warm and welcoming kitchen. From elegant simplicity to rustic charm, these kitchens are rich in unmistakable classics.


work you put towards our new design and layout. We were


really impressed by your service, with great consideration shown towards our needs.”


Mrs J – Yealmpton


WORKTOPS It is now possible to be as creative with your worktops as with any oth- er aspect of your kitchen. Choose from a range of wood, granite or more modern alternatives such as Corian® and Silestone®. We can also help you to explore different thick- nesses, shapes and edge profiles for a truly bespoke kitchen look.


PERSONALISE The devil is in the detail. With access to some of the most modern and sophisticated kitchen accessories we will ensure your kitchen is finished with every last detail well thought out. From a classic pewter handle, to an instant boiling water tap, we have relationships with a range of suppliers as well as the experience to offer recommendations and advice on all areas of your kitchen accessories. Choose from simple cupboards to plentiful pull-outs, pantries, drawers with customised partitions, bookshelves and curved options. It’s the little details that can make all the difference.


Let us design your dream kitchen created with a personal touch today


Kitchens by Dezine 27 Church Street, Modbury, Devon PL21 0QR Tel: 01548 830819 Email: info@kitchensbydezine.co.uk www.kitchensbydezine.co.uk.


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