It was always going to be
Joanne and Stephen had wanted a new kitchen for many years and it was always going to be a Stuart Frazer kitchen. To them, there was no serious alternative. It was just a matter of timing and when the last of their four children left Bolton School, they decided to extend their beautiful home and have the kitchen of their dreams.
Being an expert in property, Joanne, who owns a prestigious high-end estate agency, knows how important the kitchen is, often being the key to a house selling or not. She’s sold many beautiful houses with Stuart Frazer kitchens and many of her friends have one. With a long-established reputation, Stuart Frazer is renowned for being the very best and when it came to her own kitchen, she didn’t even contemplate visiting another kitchen company.
Initially, the couple had wanted an ultra-modern kitchen but when they saw the Beauxart display in Stuart Frazer’s Manchester showroom they decided to go for a timeless, classic design in similar neutral colours to the showroom display.
A separate drinks area was perfect for the family who love to entertain at home and designer Paul Rigby factored this into the design together with a casual eating area in the form of a beautiful Spekva breakfast bar.
The end result is a timeless, classic design that really evokes the ‘wow’ factor, “we’re delighted with the kitchen,” says Joanne, “Paul has done a fabulous job, it looks fantastic. Stuart Frazer have been amazing from start to finish. Nothing is too much trouble and the installation ran like clockwork.”
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The ‘WOW’ Factor
“Paul has done a fabulous job, it looks fantastic. Stuart Frazer have been amazing from start to finish. Nothing is too much trouble and the installation ran like clockwork.”
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