This kitchen was a little different due it's shape and overall design. the kitchen in question is a Hanak kitchen from the Czech republic, the company is known for the way in which it builds curves and the high gloss finish it applies to its' units. Kitchens like these are a delight to build as they are well constructed fully assembled and you know as you assemble them they are going to be a striking piece. The only real issue with this one was to build in the surrounding walls to make sure they corresponded with the design shape of the kitchen, this was done by way of boxed out sections to both sides of the kitchen.
The kitchen was complimented by black slate tiles and a light raft above that we made in MDF and then had painted at a local car spay shop. It's always possible to match colour and finish if you need to compliment a bought item/unit.