Porcelain tiles supplied for this Marlow flavoured kitchen are by Exterior Solutions Ltd; they do have a showroom in Amersham and welcome you to visit for your free consultation.
Often involved with more than the supply, they assist in the full consultation of exactly what is required for your new porcelain flooring. From a simple concept of “I want tiles for the kitchen” to full consideration of the colour palette and correct direction for the installation.
The style was driven by the designer and client, the colour and texture was advised by the showroom consultant Venetia and the construction assisted with products from Nexus. Furthermore, the star of the show was Caesar, they do make beautiful porcelain tiles. I should have said two stars of the show as I do need to mention Max; he’s designed an Industrial, Chic and contemporary new kitchen.
The client said,
“My new kitchen was purchased and installed by Watermark and I cannot praise them enough for both the quality of the kitchen and the service I received throughout the entire process. It was project managed extremely smoothly from start to finish; any minor hitches along the way were dealt with efficiently and quickly by the Watermark team”.
She then commented on to say that the value of the design and supply of the whole service was fantastic.
We then asked Max of Watermark for a few words.
What made you choose the finishes that you did for this new kitchen?
“We chose these finishes because the client wanted to have a timeless look with a few contemporary, industrial chic twists. She allowed us to lead the design with a collaboration of styles. This isn’t a single themed kitchen, it certainly has a few secrets”.
What did the client think about the brick slip wall?
“The client said it was fantastic,. The brick feature wall alongside the handle-less shaker cabinetry fuses both of these contemporary styles. We couldn’t leave the wall exposed so we sealed it with a clear brick sealer from Nexus”.
What was you favourite colour in this scheme?
“The “Sulking Room Pink” by Farrow and Ball colour is a clear genius. It softens the industrial look and creates a luxury feel to the space. ”
What made you use the tiles that you did?
“The porcelain tiles were from Caesar Ceramiche and designed in a wood effect herringbone pattern. The were exactly what I demanded from a tile. The dimension, colour and texture were all perfect. They worked well in this arrangement and didn’t complicate the overall scheme.”
Credits and Further Information
|Project||Kitchens by Watermark|
|Location||Claremont Gardens, Marlow|
|Flooring||EVOOD – Pick by Exterior Solutions Ltd|