Cream kitchen

Revive My Kitchen

This kitchen near Dereham, Norfolk has kept the original layout but has been updated to give a more modern feel. The original cupboards have been replaced with a timeless cream shaker style door and they are topped with a wood effect laminate worktop. The tiling on the walls and floor have both been replaced to help create a lighter, brighter kitchen.Kitchen before Kitchen before 2 kitchen after Kitchen after 2

Revive My Kitchen – Traditional style

In this cottage the kitchen has a traditional style door in cream teamed with a simple stainless steel handle and Encore worktops to modernise the kitchen whilst maintaining a traditional feel. The Encore worktop is a good choice for a kitchen as it is extremely durable and easy to maintain. The oven, microwave and warming drawer are all built in to make the most of the space. Traditional style cream kitchenTraditional style cream kitchen

Revive My Kitchen – Cream gloss kitchen units

We revived this kitchen with simple cream gloss units and a grey granite effect laminate worktop. Using the original layout the kitchen has been updated to give a modern feel. Grey mosaic tiles complete the look.

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Revive My Kitchen – cream shaker kitchen

 

This kitchen is fitted with cream shaker units topped with a solid oak worktop. A clear glass splash back is fitted behind the hob and oak up-stands  are used as a contemporary alternative to tiles. Karndean spring oak flooring gives the appearance of  a wooden floor but with the durability and practicality of vinyl- a good option for a kitchen.