All kitchen projects have their own unique aspects and challenges, and while through careful planning and attention to customers’ desires will bring about fabulous results, some projects can be extra challenging. Smaller spaces aren’t always quicker and easier.

What is the difference between a large kitchen and a small kitchen? With this large one we had the privilege of working with fantastic Tom Howley cabinetry. The white colour is a highlight in this bright kitchen, expanding an already great space into a large, bright, roomy, sociable family kitchen.

The white paintwork also helps spotlight the appliances and the glasswork in the cupboard doors.

Kitchens come in as many configurations as paint colours. The opposite to the large kitchen is a small cabin on a canal barge, where the customer wanted to revive the space without an expensive overhaul of their boat.

As you can see, decorators like kitchens come in all sizes. We were able to work in the kitchen space with surface protectors in place – no customer wants to have a fresh looking kitchen with a large paint stain on the floor.

When we prepare work with our customers we always organise things like access and parking. We were able to arrange our visit to the marina and managed to sing ‘Sitting On The Dock of The Bay’. As with all our current projects, we carried out a Covid-19 risk assessment and made sure both kitchens were Covid-19 secure.

The project helps refresh the boat’s kitchen, making it appear new and fresh. The blue paint on the cupboards compliments the tiles fantastically, and like the larger white kitchen, the new paintwork highlights the space available perfectly.

If you have a project you’d like to discuss with us, get in touch.