This project was to create a budget kitchen in a utility area.
In my opinion, the secret to ‘budget’ in a situation like this is to spend a little extra on the things you ‘touch & use’ like the taps, sink & cooker – this is where quality is appreciated – and to save on the kitchen units and worktop. In this case the units are from the lower end of the range in a local Brico store but still look the part. Spending a little extra on ‘soft closing’ doors and drawers make this a very nice place to work.
And it didn’t break the bank!
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Here’s the space.
All services in place.
Initial assembly and placing of cabinets to make sure it all fits.
Tight, but it will all go in!
A batten is fixed to the wall to secure the worktop and everything is checked for square and level.
It’s amazing how many tools you need!
The worktop is trimmed. The stone wall provided a challenge!
Worktop fitted in place.
The tiling is done.
Drawers and doors are fitted.
The tiles are grouted and cut-outs are made in the worktop for the appliances.