blog: mash architecture | kitchen & bathroom design specialists…

Two obvious focal points of any house are the kitchen and bathrooms. The design of these spaces is not only incredibly important, but also deeply personal. We like to think that we successfully interpret our client’s brief and requirements and help them execute their ideas into a bespoke final product which they will be truly satisfied with.

A recently completed kitchen fit-out at The Old Chapel, Rawdon, Leeds

As Mash Architecture is a small, friendly and personal design consultancy, we are sure that communication will be effective and elements of the brief will not be lost in translation, thus ensuring a smooth, effective and exciting design process. We apply a huge amount of importance to design elements, such as layout, flow, lighting and materials, and believe that focussing on these important elements, along with good communication, will always leads to an end product which our clients are truly satisfied with.

A recently completed farmhouse kitchen in Baildon, near Bradford

If you are looking to extend, renovate or refurbish your home, then why not get in touch via our contact page. We offer a comprehensive Architectural, Interior Design, Planning & Project management service. Our small, friendly office is located in Baildon, near Bradford, which means we are perfectly located to serve the Bradford area, as well as Leeds, Harrogate, Ilkley and the rest of Yorkshire.

A bespoke bathroom conversion on a Grade II listed house in Harrogate, North Yorkshire

And, with a new office opening shortly in South Manchester, we can also easily cover the Greater Manchester area, particularly the areas of Altrincham, Hale, Mobberley, Alderley Edge, Wilmslow and Knutsford.

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