Adrienne Chinn Design has a long history of kitchen design, both as part of full refurbishments and as discreet projects aimed at improving the value and utility of our clients' homes. Good kitchen design has a large positive impact on lifestyle and well-being, it is vitally important that the design of your kitchen maximises these benefits.
She has had many clients who see a kitchen and/or bathroom refurbishment as an alternative to the upheaval and expense of moving house, especially if the kitchen occupies a brand new building extension.
These are images of the varied kitchen designs that Adrienne has delivered to delighted clients.
© Adrienne Chinn - London
This new kitchen extension has modern white lacquered kitchen units, glass splash-backs, stainless steel appliances and green limestone worktops and floor tiles. The orange glass ceiling lights were specially commissioned and are are mouth-blown; the orange leather chairs come from Italy.
Bespoke Gustavian furniture and hand-painted Delft tiles combined with fresh tones of blue and white on the Smallbone units create a welcoming environment in this large city kitchen.
This kitchen was given an ultra-modern look with handle-less bespoke white lacquered units, a granite worktop and glass splashbacks.
This modern kitchen occupies a new extension built onto the back of our client's house. The circular breakfast bar was cast from molten magma and space-saving storage solutions feature heavily.
The juxtaposition of black granite worktops with clean lined, traditional painted kitchen units adds a touch of drama to this combined kitchen and dining room.
This kitchen was originally separated from the living room by a wall with a square opening connecting the two areas. Most of the dividing wall was removed. The old kitchen was ripped out to be replaced with a new custom designed kitchen and the dining area was rationalised by installing built-in seating.
Elements in this kitchen match the ultra-modern blasted glass and metal features used elsewhere in the project. The wall colour picks up and enhances the tone of the glass-topped kitchen table.
The double-height and large windows mean that this modern and sleek kitchen is bathed in light making its metallic and cream tones seem all the more vibrant.
Large bespoke glass splashbacks make a refreshing change from tiles in this clean and modern kitchen. As well as looking good they are easy to clean with no grout to become grimy over time.
This kitchen required a large stove capable of satisfying a serious cook. A bespoke glass splash-back ensures the chef needn't worry about spills and splashes.
With built-in seating, expansive work space and ample storage this modern kitchen was designed as part of a family-oriented refurbishment of a London townhouse.
This modern kitchen uses luxury veneers and stainless steel to create a distinctly masculine kitchen environment.
Sleek contemporary units, stainless steel appliances and chunky riven granite worktops bring a modern edge to the kitchen in this 18th century barn conversion.
Specialist textured glass panels in the bespoke oak units bring light and texture into this efficient kitchen.