A client living on Barton on Sea loved the rough, natural texture of driftwood with the non-continuous grain and came to us with this in mind as the inspiration for her new kitchen. So the Grey Nebraska Oak units from the Mackintosh modern contemporary collection matched this effect and was the starting point for the project. These units can be fitted in either a horizontal or vertical grain effect. The client chose horizontal.
The worktops selected were Black Antique Granite, this mixture of gloss and matt gives an etched effect and similar to pebbles on a beach. This kept the coastal theme consistent. The client also loved the idea of mixing textures. With gloss cabinets and glass to contrast the rougher textures of the base units.
We offer a comprehensive consultation and design service. For ideas, inspiration and to obtain an itemised quotation for the supply or supply & installation of your new Kitchen, contact us to make an appointment. One of our expert designers will be happy to meet with you in your home to discuss your requirements.
Herbert William Ltd is a small independent Kitchen design company based in the village of East Wellow, in the New Forest. The business was originally founded by Sarah McCrossan in 2007. It is now run as a partnership withLee Snelgrove heading up the installation side of the business. Between the two partners there are over 40 years’ experience in the Kitchen industry.
The company uses trusted suppliers of Kitchens which makes up an extensive offer of finishes from the very simple affordable offer to the more elaborate and bespoke offer. Laminates, Foils, Painted Finishes, Timber and Glass frontals are all available