A SCANDI-INSPIRED LIGHT OAK KITCHEN
Our kitchen design process:
Our client showed us a single image from Pinterest during their design consultation. They had chosen a contemporary Scandinavian style as their inspiration.
The modern oak kitchen design went through many stages, with some modifications even made during the build. Having designed and made so many kitchens, we know that what may work on paper sometimes needs refining or reworking. When you have real material in your hand, that is when the true creation comes into play.
Casablanca is a kitchen of contrasts. Our clients opted to pair clean white material TBC with the texture and warmth of raw oak. Their small oak kitchen still has a generous amount of storage space, thanks to a wall of tall cabinets. Open shelving provides space to display our clients’ collection of cherished decorative glass and porcelain items.
Daniel and Marta said:
“We had a clear idea of what our dream kitchen would look like but, with our budget, we never thought it was within reach. Wood Works Brighton came up with a great solution which meant that we now have the kitchen we always wanted. They are a group of highly talented people. They are proactive and work hard, and they take great pride in what they do. We can highly recommend their work.”
- Contrasting materials
Dan and Marta opted for a solid and simple combination of crisp white and light oak kitchen units.
- Maximised storage space
This modern oak kitchen features a wall of floor-to-ceiling cabinets, enabling everyday kitchen items to be concealed.
- Open shelving
Chunky open shelves provide our clients with the perfect space to showcase treasured glassware and vessels from their travels.
- Materials – Oak cabinets and open shelving | White cabinet doors and shelves
- Worktops – Solid oak
- Extras – Pearlescent hexagonal splashback tiles
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SMALL OAK KITCHEN GALLERY
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