Kitchen in Arroyo de la Miel

August 11, 2011 in Kitchens, services

  • A long galley kitchen created from an awkward extension.  Now remodelled by us with many unique individual features such as the hand built cooker hood.
  • Repositioning and the installation of a larger boiler, now hidden by a tall cupboard next to the fridge freezer, therefore not disturbing the integrity of the eyeline.
  • In addition the sink area was moved to a more traditional position under the window.

  • A new false ceiling neatly aligned the two ceiling levels and gave the opportunity to add low-voltage down lighting divided into six separate zones, creating mood lighting.

  • Since we built this kitchen we have been working on the Sitting Room and the Upper Floors – Pictures to be uploaded later.

Kitchen Before Remodelling

Kitchen After Remodelling

Above:

View 1: shows the boiler in the right corner of the window, freestanding washing machine and dated units and tiles.

View 2: shows the door to the kitchen which has been replaced by an arch and halogen downlights replacing the inadequate strip light.

Below: Finished Kitchen and the various stages and features of building this kitchen.

Arch Replacing Door

After Remodelling

Cooker Hood Construction

Cooker Hood Right Side

View to Fridge Door Shut

View to Fridge Door Open

Inbuilt Waste Bin