From the moment Vimal and Priyanka walked into our showroom to discuss their dream kitchen in Epsom, Surrey who would have thought that they would add gold flourishes. To compliment the gold Quooker tap and the Crofts and Assinder brass handles and knobs, their interior designer Laura Garcia came up with the novel idea of featuring brass type strips on the mock chimney breast. A very bespoke feature but we were able to make it work. The brass coloured strips enhances the subtle colour scheming of the cabinets and it brings out a touch of luxury.
We also received this great testimonial from Vimal and his family;
When our architect Laura Garcia came up with a kitchen plan to accommodate our wish to have an island, it had to be round in shape to fit it into the available space. Laura casually said that we will have to get our kitchen done by a ‘bespoke’ kitchen maker since no high street kitchen retailers would be able to offer a round shaped island. Fortunately, we found David Haugh who are genuine bespoke manufacturers of kitchens with fantastic manufacturing facilities just next to their studio. Priyanka and I are delighted they managed to incorporate all the bespoke elements such as the corner cupboard and the brass/gold accents to the hood and doors.
We are also equally impressed by their fitter with his professionalism and can do attitude. We were left with incomplete electrical works which could have easily delayed the installation however he brought all his experience to resolve the issue and we managed to complete the installation in time.
We are now having raving feedback from our friends and family and it has been variously described as ‘classy’, ‘classic’ and ‘looks like a show kitchen’.
I would like to thank the whole team at David Haugh to bring this project to reality which was initially conceptualized by Laura our architect, designed and installed by David Haugh and team with lots of help and support from my wife Priyanka and daughter Manushree.