Bohill Lodge

Here at Paterson’s, we often work with repeat clients to create bespoke furnishings from different rooms in their homes. This kitchen in particular was designed, made and installed for a repeat client we worked with more than a decade earlier.
We designed the kitchen doors and constructed them using Fenix, NTM laminate, colour and Azzurro Naxos. We crafted the sleek integrated handles and end panels using natural walnut for a high-end finish.

We make sure to partner with businesses that offer cutting-edge technology, so our kitchens are fitted with top-notch appliances. For this kitchen, we used Neff appliances with slide and hide oven doors, hob, dishwasher and a separate fridge and freezer. We also fitted an Elica hood as well as a Quooker boiling water tap.

For the worktops, we created a sleek and modern look by using Caesarstone quartz worktops with a concrete effect. Designing the island was tricky, as we had to match the external corners even though the doors were blue and the end panel was a natural walnut.

To ensure the kitchen had a cohesive finish, we made sure that the toughened glass splashback matched the colour of the doors. To get the right match, we sent a small piece of the laminate to our wonderful lacquer supplier, who provided colour-matched glass paint in a small tin to minimise wasted material.

The utility room was constructed using an Egger wood effect laminate. As the available space was small, we designed the wall units above the sink with lift-up doors so they were not in the way when open.

On the underside of the wall unit, we included a long groove to accommodate the concealed profile for continuous LED light. In the same room, we also installed tall folding doors to hide the heat pump. This ensured that the room looked sleek and tidy, while also giving easy access for maintenance.

After this project, we were asked to make two glass wall picture panels in the same blue painted glass with a very narrow walnut frame detail, so every last drop of our custom colour-matched paint was used!
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