On the day of production the team met and discussed the best way to cut the material to get the best effect.
The client had expressed her wish to have as much orange in as possible and the part of the slab with the orange in should be near the end facing out toward the garden area. The job was produced in our workshop using our own highly skilled craftsmen.
The job was loaded onto our highly accurate saw which specializes in mitred edges. At all times the guys have to be vigilant to make sure the detail was not compromised.
At all times the client was informed of our progress.
On the day of fitting 4 staff were sent to help with the installation of the large island peice and then it was up to the skills of our fitting team.
The 2 water fall end panels were carefully scribed on site to allow for the in difference of the floor levels. The sink was securely fitted and the hob was placed in and checked to see that fitting was in line with the manufactures recommendations.
The rest of the works went together very well and soon we reached completion, the next day other trades were called in to complete their works.
The client was overwhelmed with the attention to detail we had delivered her kitchen looked exactly how she had imagined it to look.
We saved the most orange part from the hob cut out and presented her with a complimentary chopping board.
Summing up, it is not often we asked for works like this but never the less it's reassuring that the combined talents of the team can work to produce such highly detailed workmanship.
This was a one off design and although we do not make art kitchen features every day of the week .... all our workmanship delivers the same attention to detail from start to finish and that is why we have been delivering granite, quartz, and now new materials generally known as sintered stones for over 20 years.
Right first time every time.