Mr and Mrs W from Grays commissioned Regal Kitchens, together with sister company Regal Developments, to reconfigure their entire downstairs. We brought down a load bearing internal wall and bricked up doorways to open up the space as well as providing new flooring throughout, installing a new fireplace, TV and bar area which the customers really wanted. This amazing new kitchen consists of contrasting Caton doors with beautiful Summerhill Cambria Quartz and a full set of NEFF appliances.
Mr and Mrs W have already started recommending us to friends and family.
Credit to Tina Wing Photography for these stunning shots and to our incredible team, especially Installations Manager Phil and Project Manager Peter.
After exploring the housing market for some time Mr & Mrs J from Rayleigh decided that they would prefer to improve rather than move from their property. Although their house was a generous size they felt that the kitchen let it down both in terms of size, style and function.
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The kitchen is the hub of most people’s homes and probably the room used most often during the day, so its important that it is easy to use, especially if you have reduced functional capacity. An inclusively designed kitchen is intended to offer independence to less able or wheelchair users, whilst at the same time being suitable for all other users in the household.
Mr & Mrs V had recently moved to the area, a European couple who were keen to keep a flavour of home and wanted German quality but with a more continental twist with their choice of door colour. They were interested in having hidden storage solutions if possible and hiding some pipework and an old boiler which was unsightly.
We were approached by one of our regular property developers about a project he was starting in Epping, Essex. It was a retired client in a completely refurbished property who wanted a new kitchen plus utility area. The brief was passed to our senior designer to start work on, he then invited the client and the project manager into the showroom to ‘spec’ the kitchen.
Customers Mr & Mrs W had just moved into a large Edwardian property that had been previously renovated but not very sympathetically. They originally had a white gloss j-groove kitchen but wanted something that reflected the overall look of the house and so went for a more traditional design. Mrs W was pregnant and incorporating the life of a family into the design was important for her when thinking of the future in their home.