Beresford & Curbishley
When a collection of converted properties needed the wow factor Beresford & Curbishley turned to the experts: Stuart Frazer for Developers.
Client: Beresford & Curbishley are a long standing customer of Stuart Frazer for developers, with this project marking the 20th project Stuart Frazer has undertaken for them.
Project: A stunning conversion of what was the stables and wash house for the renowned Lymm Hall. A blueprint that could then be rolled out to numerous other properties in the development.
Developer’s Challenge: A challenging ‘L’ shaped room that had a separate dining area initially posed problems, especially as internal doors vastly reduced the wall space available to work with. Budget was also a consideration – a high end look was needed on a moderate budget with a nod towards the minimal Scandinavian (Scandi) look that the rest of the house had adopted. This look can look ‘cheap’ and the main aim was to maintain a high end look whilst incorporating this style. The kitchen also had to be sympathetic to the original building; a converted stables and wash house.
Design Solution: Creating a distinct dining area away from the actual kitchen made this a workable space. Incorporating natural wood textures ensured it was in keeping with the building and its surroundings.
Result: The result is a superb high end kitchen that fulfils the Scandinavian brief and requires minimum cleaning which is ideal for the target market of families. It has created the perfect blueprint that can now be rolled out to the developer’s other properties.
Testimonial: “We have worked with Stuart Frazer for developers for years and know that when we choose them we are not only getting a fantastic product with SieMatic but unrivalled knowledge and expertise that ensures a truly superb end product. The brief here was a tricky one and Stuart Frazer for developers delivered. The perfect contemporary Scandi style kitchen was hard to achieve but they nailed it.” (Noel Beresford, Beresford & Curbishley)Add to pinboard