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Sometimes customers know just what kitchen they’re looking for, perhaps because they’ve had it before in another house or they’ve heard great things about the brand, and if they’re looking for a German kitchen they’re likely to contact JD Kitchens in Warrington, as it is our speciality.
This is just what happened in the case of the owner of this stunning German Schuller kitchen. The customer had googled Schuller and our name popped up, which when matched with our credentials and great reviews made us the obvious choice.
The customer had a layout idea for their new kitchen, but they weren’t sure what was achievable. They particularly wanted to ensure that the dead space in their old kitchen didn’t return in their new design, so we made a note and came up with something to surprise and delight them.
What did we do?
Jason worked with the customer to design a kitchen that was clean looking and streamlined, with Magnolia handleless doors from Schuller’s Uni gloss range. The Drift quartz worktop was fitted, and complimented with the Blanco subline undermounted silgranite sink maintained the clean lines.
The dead space that they’d felt in the old kitchen was fully utilised by creating a separate utility area, with full height fridge and pull out larder store.
Finally, the NEFF appliances included the Pyroliytic (self cleaning) slide&hide oven, combination microwave oven, discreet lines of the telescopic extractor, built in larder fridge, built in larder freezer and the aqua stop fully integrated dishwasher.