As clean lines were also important, Sheraton Interiors designed in a built in cooker hood and used modern cornice and pelmet to further blend the traditional and contemporary styles. LED lights were used under the wall units to give task lighting on the work surface, whilst strip lights around the plinth were designed to create ambience in the room. The waterfall worktops drop down to the floor on either of the island, adding to the clean lines and giving a rich and modern look. In fact, the kitchen overall looks far more expensive than the £22,200 spent on it! The island is a real feature of the room but is also the perfect functional space, with the sink, dishwasher and a pull-out bin incorporated, meaning everything is within easy reach when moving around the space.