All our recent customers shown below have agreed to allow photographs of the completed project to be used on our web site
and give a short, honest quote about the service and quality of our work.
TV wall with desk area and pantry, painted in Farrow & Ball Stiffkey Blue No. 281
“Very impressed with Nook right the way through the process. They added value in the discussions, making suggestions on how we could improve our original design, which we then incorporated to create a great dresser incorporating a wine cabinet for our kitchen.
The paint was brilliantly matched making it feel like the existing units, exactly what we wanted.
The installation was great, Edd was friendly, professional and did a great job fitting- it was properly cleaned, wood waxed
so there was nothing for us to do but enjoy using it!
Thanks Nook, highly recommended”
Mrs T. from Gosforth was bored with her old kitchen.
There was nothing wrong with the layout and the cabinets were in excellent condition.
Rather than replace the kitchen at huge expense she decided to completely change the ‘look’ by having the doors, cornice, light pelmets, wine rack, end panels and fillers sprayed in a long lasting durable finish. Using Farrow & Ball Manor House Grey and Moles Breath as a contrast with new antique brass handles, the existing worktop which looked rather tied against the dark wood, now shines and the whole room has been transformed into a light bright and contemporary new kitchen.
"The whole team is courteous, hardworking and professional.
Our kitchen has been transformed and a new landing library created where once there was just wasted space.
Thanks to all at NOOKdesign."
Mrs T, Gosforth
Mr & Mrs C. From Prudhoe were quite happy with the layout of they're existing kitchen, but it was dated and tired having been fitted almost twenty years previously. The cabinets and doors were solid timber and whilst being dark and rather old fashioned they were in excellent condition.
Rather than rip out the existing kitchen and start again, in consultation with NOOK Design our clients decided to up-grade the whole room based on the original units.
The old artex ceiling was re-boarded and skimmed, the tiles and old worktops removed and the walls re-plastered and the whole kitchen rewired with new inset spot lights and under cabinet lighting.
The cabinet doors and panels were removed and along with new cornice, light pelmets and plinths were prepared and then spray painted in Farrow & Ball Inchyra Blue and Light Blue No.22.
The wasted space under the staircase was open up, and new matching angled doors install with extra deep matching drawers installed to exact clients requirements.
The wall were decorated in Farrow & Ball estate emulsion Pavilion Blue and the new ceiling and wood work bright white.
New solid laminate 12mm worktops and back splash was fitted along with a Franke sink and solid oak breakfast bar area, a new Range and hood from Stoves completed the transformation.
“Just a quick line to say how delighted we are with the kitchen
Your lads have been superb and the craftsmanship is first class”
Alan and Deborah
Bespoke hallway seat in three storage sections,
each with an individual lift up lid on slow closing stays.
With a sloping tongue & grooved back all spray painted
in durable Farrow & Ball Purbeck Stone.
Painted in dramatic 'Downpipe Estate Emulsion' from Farrow & Ball.
Built in storage solution in a converted loft, giving mirrored tall hanging with shoe storage below, four large angled cupboards and six drawers.
Illuminated with five inset downlights and polished chrome handles.
Simple window seat spray painted in satin white, consisting of three deep drawers with polished chrome cup handles.
Three upholstered matching cushions to give comfortable, light, bright seating area.
A simple dresser unit in Wylam, painted to match the existing kitchen units and doors with matching Beech worktop.
“Nook provided us with excellent service from beginning to end.
The team were professional and meticulous.
We love the output and would 100% recommend them to others”
Mrs R. Wylam