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Mr Palmer       15th May 2012

Mr Palmer has worked with ASL Kitchens for several years and was looking for some design inspiration for a large luxury new build home. Having been disappointed with the 'standard' designs he had drawn up locally our team set about creating something different.
We used our unique Metris 'W' island display as a starting point but incorporated a larger lowered breakfast bar area to seat 4 people. The island has a 4 zone Barazza gas hob and Barazza curved double bowl sink with a Pro tap in stainless steel. Wenge veneer doors gives a wonderfully rich contrast to the white quartz worktops.

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Mr & Mrs Bryars     10th October 2012
We really love how this modern Parapan kitchen turned out. Susan & David had recently retired and wished to renovate their dated and very traditional kitchen with a new modern and very minimal design. David was a maths and head teacher and had an eye for fine detail so this kitchen had to look great, perform brilliantly and satisfy the clients visual requirement for seemless symmetry.
A Parapan solid acrylic true handle-less design forms the main part of the kitchen area with simple flowing clean lines.

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Mr & Mrs Watts     6th November 2012

Mike and Carol wanted to replace their old hand made traditional kitchen with an inspiring curved modern design for their Northamptonshire village home. The kitchen specification required bespoke feature elements in natural timbers to create a truly individual and unique kitchen / dining space.
Bespoke curved Parapan in Pale Grey gloss finish forms the basis of the peninsular layout with a curved drawer set underneath the induction hob and bespoke Walnut & Macassar veneered back panel.

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 Mr & Mrs Rust        15th October 2013
Having been left uninspired by 'standard' kitchen designs Mr & Mrs Rust contacted ASL Kitchens for some kitchen inspiration and the elusive 'wow factor'. Their new kitchen area had a semi open plan extension which included a casual dining area and a media room / soft seating area. The room was a very difficult shape to work with and obviously had limited the designs the Rusts had received.

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Mr & Mrs Tickle       7th October 2016

Having recently acquired a lodge on the Overstone Park resort Mr & Mrs Tickle wished to renovate the property to suit their taste and lifestyle.
The existing kitchen was very dark with poor lighting and pine T&G ceiling panels. The new kitchen design needed to bring more practical storage, state of the art appliances for modern living and a much greater feeling of space and light. A USA style fridge freezer was also essential and represented the greatest challenge in this typical sized kitchen.

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