Green screen


This contemporary four-bedroomed new build could easily be taken straight from a Hollywood scene. It’s modern, minimalist aesthetic oozes sophistication, with subtle additions of varying green hues to add an essence of eccentricity and character.


Wayne Young and Daniel Moorhouse of Noble Signature Kitchens took on the challenge of creating a personalised scheme for the contemporary property, designing around the everyday needs of the owners and their children, all in the space of just six months.


“With such a large amount of room to incorporate the owners’ dream design and not too many doors and windows in the way, it started to come together very nicely,” explains Daniel. The kitchen could meet the exact expectations of the owners and incorporate everything from their dream wish-list, which, Daniel explains: “included an island with extended seating area and built in hob.”

The design had to fit the aim of creating a very streamlined and contemporary aesthetic. “The owner knew from the outset that they wanted white handleless gloss cabinetry, white gloss floor tiles and white walls. She knew she was going to add the colour into it through certain accessories,” says Daniel. These delicate notes of colour were achieved through the addition of a lime green splashback, chairs and kitchenware, which offset the Remo white gloss and Pure white quartz worktops. All of these carefully considered details are illuminated by LED ceiling spotlights, LED strip lighting under the wall units and worktop, and pendant droplights above the island.


“The overall length of the island was a challenge,” explains Daniel, “as it was only being supported by a Quartz ‘down leg’ at one end. We had to speak to all the experts and various calculations were made to ensure the worktop on the island was adequately supported.”

With the sophisticated white gloss gleam, echoed by the flooring tiles, seamless design and cool Blum integrated soft-close hinges and draw boxes, this harmonious aesthetic exudes a post-modern elegance. Unsurprisingly, the owners are delighted with the design. “They say that this is the most used room within the property, the hub of the house,” says Daniel.

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