Here at Jamie Williams Design, we have been extremely busy creating the finest kitchen for the talented chefs at the Cheltenham Food Festival. We were invited to display our beautiful kitchen which showcased our highly skilled craftsmanship and close attention to detail.
Our feature piece was the elegant kitchen island which we hand-made using the highest quality materials and solid oak. The in-frame door design captures the finest of details which demonstrates our experience of choosing each and every element that goes into the design. The kitchen island was finished in the stylish Royal Navy colour using the highest quality paint from our main supplier ’Little Greene’ The brass handles and knobs from Armac Martin accommodate the deep colour of the paint finish which gives the unit an elegant appearance. The cabinet worktop consists of White Quartz which complements the look beautifully and makes the unit truly stand out. The White Quartz worktop is perfect for slicing, chopping and rolling, it is extremely durable, easy to clean, maintain and exceptionally hard wearing; which is ideal for the avid chef!
The built in appliances add lots of versatility which highlight the many space-saving solutions and storage options for your kitchen items. With standing height ovens, spacious drawers and ceiling height larger painted in any colour you wish; Jamie Williams Design can create a practical and efficient kitchen for all of your needs. The use of Dovetail joints and high-quality Oak gives our cabinetry hidden strength and durability.
At Jamie Williams Design, we don’t compromise on quality. Each and every piece of our kitchens is tested and inspected to ensure the highest standards have been met. This enables our clients to receive a kitchen that is not only beautiful and efficient but will give them many years of enjoyment.
Here are some behind the scenes photos of our team constructing the kitchen ready for the festival.
We had the pleasure of meeting plenty of great guests and top chefs at the festival. Some well- known names include Anneeka Ludhra, who uses the culinary wisdom of her grandmother (Or dadimas) to create delicious, healthy meals. Anneeka shared plenty of culinary and life experiences that could transform the way you cook. Find out more about her at www.dadimas.co.uk.
Another inspirational guest was The Lunchbox Doctor ( Jenny Tschiesche ) The aim is to create healthy food for school lunches, sharing recipes and nutrition tips with parents over the world to combat the poor nutrition in children’s school meals. You can subscribe to her mailing list right here for helpful tips and advice. www.lunchboxdoctor.com.
Lastly, a local contender coming in the form of head chef Jon Howe of Lumiere restaurant in Cheltenham and accompanied by Oz Clarke; a well renowned british wine writer. Jon’s combinations of classic ingredients and innovative ideas make him stand out from the crowd. You can visit www.lumiere.cc to book a table!
If you didn’t get a chance to make it to the food festival this year and would have liked to talk with Jamie about your upcoming project, you can still come along to our workshop showroom. At Jamie Williams Design, you can view some of our finest kitchens and discuss your ideas or you can call or email to arrange a meeting for a time which is convenient for you. We look forward to hearing from you.