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White handleless kitchen

MRS MCNEIL

Mrs McNeil had a definite understanding of where we were going to take things helping to create a sleek, spacious and flowing kitchen design that is now a reality.

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TRELOY

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TAMWORTH

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MANSTON

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THE DESIGN

I thoroughly enjoyed working with Mrs M on this project. As a customer, they don’t come much better. Right from our first exchange, it was clear that she had a definite understanding of where we were going to take things. Our brief required the end product to be contemporary and sharp so Avro was an absolute no-brainer to me. Sleek, curved units and larger, more spacious drawers remain in-keeping with the flowing theme to the design, owing to the implementation of the ‘Jo Downs’ glasswork throughout the project. - Written by Steve Smith the designer

White handleless kitchen
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CROYDE

Dust Grey & Cashmere

Clean and contemporary, this true handleless kitchen will fit into any modern home. Handles are dismissed in favour of recessed rails, which allow you to open the door from the top or bottom.

White handleless kitchen

THE PROCESS

"The process as a whole was very good. Steve was very attentive. I was immediately drawn to the White Avro kitchen as I wanted my kitchen to be contemporary. The previous kitchen was wooden and very dated, so it’s replacement just had to be clean and sharp. Paul fitted my kitchen with a great eye for detail, whilst taking great pride in his work. Perhaps most impressively, he made it possible to adjust the units on site as the design of the kitchen evolved."


“My favourite parts are the curved units and the large drawers. I’m so pleased with the overall look; I wanted the kitchen to be spacious and simplistic. System Six Kitchens have enabled me to realise this look perfectly.”