Great start to 2024! We are thrilled to have been mentioned in the Irish Independent newspaper over the weekend.
Paul and Siobhan Lawless of ‘Foods of Athenry’ recently enlisted the help of our design team to reimagine and bring to life their dream kitchen.
Range cooker supplied by client. The extractor is a falmec canopy style hood (Spazio). The remaining appliances are Siemens including the ACool built-in fridge and wine cooler.
- Slate Grey doors from the StoneArt collection combined with Satin Grey lacquered laminate doors.
- Solid wood Elm table & matching herb trough by Spekva
- 12mm silestone quartz worktop
- Sink by Blanco & boiling water tap by Quooker
- Features include: pullout larders, 2 x roller shutters, built under freezer, coffee area, substantial drawer storage in the island, prep sink on the island
- Also fitted laundry room, games room & utility room as well as bathroom vanities
Our designers use CAD (computer-aided design) to develop 2D and 3D drawings ahead of a kitchen build or redesign. This helps clients visualise the end product and agree last-minute changes before the build commences. The images below showcase the featured kitchen for Paul and Siobhan Lawless. We hope you like it!
Contact us today to learn more or drop into our showroom just outside Galway and get a feel for a design style that you would like to implement.
Paul and Siobhan Lawless’s house is remarkable. Not because it’s very big — close to 5,000sq ft — or because the front lawn is dominated by a giant dolmen. Nor is it because it has many dramatic contemporary interior features such as the mezzanine over the double-height hall, all of which would be big talking points in the case of any other house. What makes Paul and Siobhan’s house so special is it was started in 2010, yet not completed until nearly 10 years later and, in the intervening years, the couple experienced a catastrophe that would break many a person, but happily not this resilient pair.
Image attribution: Tony Gavin, Irish Independent, 7th January 2024