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FIXTURES & FINISHES


to complete the entire renovation of the kitchen, including the initial fitting, painting and decorating, plumbing and electrical works.


The couple worked closely with Burlanes to select the perfect colour palette for the room, tying in the classic kitchen style with the contemporary feel of the rest of the home. The final chosen colour for the kitchen cabinetry is ‘Bond Street’ by Mylands – London's oldest paint manufacturer. Combined with the Silestone Quartz worksurface in ‘Lagoon’ and the rustic, authentic brick slips on the walls, the couple’s new kitchen suits their style and needs perfectly. Despite the initial design process running so smoothly, there was a major stumble in the road when the site survey was arranged with the installation team, prior to manufacture of the furniture. The new cooktop that Sophie and Chris had chosen would sit higher than the original cooker that was installed, meaning the new design layout of having the cooktop within the chimney breast would not work, as it would sit far too close to the original wooden lintel; a huge fire risk.


Both Sophie and Chris loved the new layout, and it made perfect sense for the cooktop to sit within the chimney breast. Not only would it frame the cooktop


© Sarah London Photography


perfectly, it also meant the extraction could be directed straight out of the kitchen, so a solution had to be found. Working closely with the installation team, the designs of the cooker surround were tweaked slightly, and the solution was found: move the original lintel further up the chimney breast to allow for a better air flow, eliminating any heat issues. Although this would involve further building works prior to


the installation of the kitchen, it was a fairly straightforward procedure. Once the lintel had been moved, and all associated works within the kitchen were complete, the installation of the cabinetry and appliances was underway, with all works completed in just three weeks.


Jon Sillitoe is a design consultant at Burlanes Interiors


56 www.sbhonline.co.uk


september/october 2018


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