When Lucy was looking for a designer for her new kitchen, she was uninspired until she visited Qudaus kitchens.
Lucy says, “I was impressed straight away by how they listened to what I wanted and offered brilliant ideas and suggestions.
They thought about the room as a whole, incorporating things like lighting, and introduced elements to the design that would make my life as a wheelchair user much easier.
“Sophie helped guide me to the type of furniture and colours that gave me the modern but not too modern look that I wanted. The mix of two shades of grey with the warmth of wood is a great combination that will stand the test of time.
“When we visited the showroom, my husband fell in love with a tall bank of dark units with built in wine cooler and fridge freezer, which we were able to replicate in the design.
“It is a very sociable room for all the family with areas for watching TV and dining as well as cooking and food preparation.
“The central island has a dropped area that provides easy access for me, and allows us to all work and socialise together, it’s a great place for the family to gather.
“I would absolutely recommend Qudaus, they are a pleasure to work with, and make it all so easy for you.”
Furniture: Nobilia. Colours – black, stone grey, with a hint of walnut (for both the kitchen and media unit).
Worktops: Silestone – Et Saturio quartz
Neff hide and slide oven
Push to open dishwasher
Caple wine cooler
Blanco sink and tap