Firstly, I was rushed into hospital with Diverticulitis but the wonderful staff on the NHS looked after me superbly and I survived, all credit to them.
Secondly, we've been working down in Dover on a superb new Eco project which I'll tell you all about in a minute.
We've gone totally handleless with a new system to us and it can be created using all our current stable of Eco2 materials, happy days !
Bit of a learning curve on this one but we sorted it and results and comments have been more than complimentary, feeling pleased.
We are making this type of kitchen an addition to our stable and hoping to use gloss colours aswell to cover thecurrent trends.
Anyway, here's what it looks like:
|First of all, here in the sleepy little village of St. Margarets at Cliffe, is where it all takes place|
|The entrance to the Bay Trust Project which is an environmental education and study organisation and well worth a visit if you're ever in the area.|
|Intial set up and cabinet placings.|
|Because we were transporting the whole things to site in our own van, the tallhousings were flatpacked are needed gluing and clamping together on site.|
|The vertical rails going in on the housings to provide the hand space to open the doors|
|The wall units have a rebated aluminium trim to go in at the bottom, again to provide handspace.|
|The base units have a rail section fitted just under the worktop for the same reason|
|Appliances going in|
|This view shows the base unit rail providing the handspace just above the doors|
|This view and the one below shows how the rails provide for opening the doors|
|The finished look giving a very clean, smart, contemporary appearance.|