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RETAILER CASE STUDY | Sheffi eld Kitchen Outlet


The clients specifically


requested a Bora venting hob for the large island


Hoover’s One-Fi washer can be operated by an app on a smartphone or tablet


Cabinetry for the kitchen was bespoke made by Sheffield Kitchen Outlet


KITCHEN DETAILS Overall project cost:


Designer: Scott Webster Type of kitchen: Marpatt painted solid ash in- frame shaker Cabinets: Bespoke by SKO Kitchens and Bedrooms Worktop: Designer Surfaces Carrara quartz 30mm Sink: Carron Phoenix Fiji 90 in polar white Tap: Perrin & Rowe Polaris hot water tap in aged brass Appliances: By


70


£29,500


Bosch: CMG656BS6B compact oven; BIC630NS1B warming drawer; HBG634- BS1B single oven. By Bora: Professional 2.0 combined cooktop and extractor. By Caple: RIF1796 in-column freezer; RIL1796 in-column fridge. By Hoover: HBWOS69TAMCET-80 washing machine; BATDH7MTCE-80 heat-pump dryer


INSTALLER COMMENTS


The main challenge was the shape of the room. The extension was going to leave a large pillar central to the layout, which the island would need to be planned around. Adding to this, was the manifold for the underfloor heating and a new boiler in the kitchen, which needed to be inconspicuously contained within the long run of housings. Pinpointing the position of the external ducting for the extractor, before the floor was constructed, was another particular hurdle, but all of these challenges were overcome with excellent communication between the builders and designer.


· October 2021


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