The Westwood kitchen was designed after very careful and detailed consultation with the client and her architect Tristan Wigfall of Alma-nac Architects. It was crucial that the kitchen furniture had to fit perfectly with many architectural features.
The main body of cabinets along the long wall have flat veneered doors in American Black Walnut. The majority are a handle-less design, using touch catches on the doors and drawers, while those under the sink area have long bar handles. The island also has simple flat doors but with a top moulded continuous handle feature incorporated, and all finished in a white hard gloss lacquer. The quartz worksurfaces are fitted into the window sill behind the sink, giving greater depth to the kitchen surface.
The kitchen is equipped with a full suite of Neff ovens, steam oven and microwave which are housed in a block within the tall cabinets. The kitchen also has an integrated dishwasher.
On the island the induction hob is set within the quartz worksurface; extraction for the hob is by a pop-up extractor that is vented ducting that was incorporated within the concrete floor screed.
Refrigeration is in a walk-in pantry set off to the right-hand end of the kitchen and accessed via a sliding door. Planning the kitchen before the build took place allowed the American fridge freezer to be located flush into the pantry wall. The pantry is also the main food storage area. Crockery, pot and pans are housed within the main kitchen.
The Westwood table, is part of the standard table range is designed by Treske, features simple, clean lines and it is easy to store chairs neatly underneath it. It’s very comfortable to sit down at, with no table leg between the knees.
Well what can I say? I love my kitchen. I love the look of it and I love the wood it’s made of. It goes very well in my wonderful house and the timbers match very well the other wood I have in the house. The craftsmanship is excellent – everything fits very smoothly and looks extremely well made. The design is great – I love having drawers instead of cupboards. The appliances all work well and I have had no problems. As for service, I think it was brilliant! It is probably one of the main reasons for going to a firm such as Treske. Enormous attention to detail, willingness to spend hours getting the design just as I wanted it - remember the rubbish bins and the cutlery drawers! You were happy to work with me to design the table and the cabinets the way I envisaged them while being creative in suggesting ideas. When I wanted the white central island you were happy to find a way to do this although I think it was a new item for you. Your installation team was great – everything was done smoothly and efficiently. And no quibbles when something wasn’t quite right. I would have no hesitation recommending Treske – and have already recommended you to one friend who is refurbishing her house.
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