Washing up in the bath lost its appeal very quickly, far more quickly than the five weeks it took to replace the kitchen. Gloriously, the pain is past and dilapidated ‘70s chipboard and formica have given way to various woods, stainless steel and ceramic tiles. What a difference!
The various highlights of the kitchen (French porcelain sink, stainless steel range, glittery grout etc…) have to bow before the genius of the gifted joiner and wood artist, David Summerfield, who made my larder cupboard, various wall units and an island table on castors. I found Dave on the internet, as I trawled through, looking for a show-stopping larder cupboard. The quality of his workmanship leapt out of the screen and I knew I had struck gold! He will work from “back of envelope” designs, photos, archived pictures – you name it, Dave will look at it and create it – then, there are his own designs. He really is amazing with wood.
So, if you are in the process of creating a kitchen and need a splendid product, very reasonably priced, look no further.