Case Study – The Lord Constantine Manor
Our Superior Surfaces team recently assisted Lord Vincent in renovating his kitchen in the beautiful 17th century Cross Hall Manor which is a striking red-brick property located in St Neots, Cambridgeshire.
We worked with Lord Vincent to replace dated style furnishings for clean lines and Corian® countertops to create a stunning space that perfectly blends traditional and modern styles. The main material used was Corian®, which is a solid surface renowned for exceptional versatility, beauty and almost limitless applications for residential, public and commercial environments.
Lord Vincent wanted to create an environment that had a spacious and yet warm feel and therefore we discussed making two focal points in the kitchen, one being the large island and the other being the dining table.
The large island (3200x1400mm) houses the Corian® integrated sinks as well as the hob and means that working in the kitchen is an enjoyable and communal experience.
The dining table made from solid bur oak was a very attractive piece in it’s own right but Lord Vincent had the idea of cladding the wooden table in Corian® to increase the size and enable more people to sit around it.
When Lord Vincent first proposed this to us it sounded very unusual and our team were a little unsure about how it would look as we had never combined wood and Corian® together. However, Lord Vincent had the foresight and confidence in his design abilities to “just know” it would work, and after seeing the result of this fashionable renovated table, it has inspired us to work with these two products together again in the future. And indeed we have discussed working alongside Lord Vincent using his design ideas.
At Superior Surfaces we take the time to listen to our clients’ needs and work closely with them on their projects from conception to delivery.
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