The Perfect Fit
Ireland's Homes Interiors & Living Magazine|October 2021
Mountfield Kitchens gave this Omagh self-build a striking kitchen design that ticks every box for the homeowners.
Michelle Bryans
In this self-build property, the owners were keen that, as well as suiting their family’s specific needs, the new kitchen should take advantage of the natural setting. It’s a large open space, extending the full length of one side of the house, which benefits from sun throughout the day and beautiful sunsets in the evening. Having explored other options, they took their builder’s advice and contacted Mountfield Kitchens where designer Michelle Bryans helped bring their dream to reality.

‘We started building this house in 2017 and moved in two years later,’ explains Cathy the homeowner. ‘The key room in the design of the property was the kitchen/living area so we wanted to take advantage of the wonderful natural lighting. It was also the place where our family would spend a lot of time, so it was crucial to get it right. We did try another company but the design simply wasn’t right for us. From the moment we visited Mountfield Kitchens we never looked back. The courtesy with which I was greeted, even before I was a customer as well as the endless patience shown to me, was impressive and I felt confident that Michelle could deliver what we wanted.’

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