Norman Glenn Kitchens

Galley Kitchen

A long narrow room needn't result in a dull layout as proved here by the designers at Norman Glenn.

This Natural ash kitchen with dark bronze handles and black granite worktop, features glass fronted wall units to add interest to the design while the combination of deep drawers and full height units allows for maximum storage. Glass splashbacks and steel Gaggenau appliances help brighten the scheme.

Light and bright

This light filled kitchen extension features a handle less Poggenpohl kitchen in matt Pebble grey lacquer with accent units in Teak Lava décor. The designer worked with the layout of the room wrapping the kitchen round the architecture, while a separate bar area, with illuminated wall units and antique mirror splashback, further integrates the kitchen into the relaxed living space.

Maximum storage

Maximum storage was created in this Poggenpohl kitchen with a run of floor to ceiling units down one side, incorporating a trio of Gaggenau ovens. The units are in Pebble Grey matt lacquer with Caeserstone composite worktops. Features include a glass fronted wall unit, built in wine fridge and Quooker boiling water tap. The open shelf detail plus the island with breakfast bar help integrate the kitchen into the informal living space.

Hampstead Heath Home

This striking modern home was built close to Hampstead Heath. Planning consent was only given for a low level dwelling and so the architects went underground to create the spacious kitchen and living area. A generous glass light-well keeps the interior bright to best present the Poggenpohl +Segmento handle less kitchen in Stone Grey matt lacquer with contrasting units in oak veneer. The long island unit has a marble worktop finished with a solid walnut breakfast bar at one end. Gaggenau appliances were used throughout.

St Johns Wood Kitchen

For this family kitchen the client chose a matt lacquer door in Polar White. The worktop is composite Silestone in a rich slate grey that works well with the black hob and brushed stainless steel built in ovens. Part of the design brief was to include open shelving to display the client's collection of pottery, including several pieces that she made herself.