At Nicholas Bridger Handmade Kitchen Company we are extremely pleased to be able to supply and install the Quooker boiling tap to your handmade kitchen. The Quooker boiling tap is a true revolution to the home and was invented by Henri Petreri in the 1970s, where he was involved in a project to develop instant soup but soon realised afterwards what was missing… instant boiling water.
Henri developed the Quooker Basic in 1992, the Classic followed in 1977, with the Design in 1998 and the Modern in 2005. As the years went on and technology developed the Quooker Fusion was launched in 2012, and in 2017, the brand new Quooker Flex – a boiling water tap and mixing tap in one. Last year in 2019 the Classic Collection entered the world of Quooker – an all-round tap to suit many homes and lifestyles with all the same advantages.
The Quooker CUBE is a new innovation and has been developed to dispense sparkling and filtered water straight from the tap. It is a great step forward in helping the environment and saving money in the long run, as it has been designed to remove the need to purchase bottled water.
In this blog, we will look at the instant hot water taps we have installed into our projects across the counties and how they fit in with the kitchen layout and style.
In this dark and sultry grey classic shaker kitchen design, a Polished Chrome Quooker Classic Nordic single tap with Pro3 tank sits on the main run of the L-shaped layout, met with a Shaws 1000 double bowl sink. This tap is the round design and has been invented to match any of the classic style mixer taps. It is childproof and height-adjustable with added insulation. It looks sleek, smart and is the perfect addition to this new build property.
Our Modern Shaker in Chigwell offers a beautiful L-shaped bespoke kitchen that fits around the room perfectly with a polished chrome Quooker hot and cold water tap making a statement in the middle. Our client opted for the round tap design to make their wash station simple yet effective. It works beautifully within the design aesthetics of this home.
In this wonderful mix of materials and colours on the outskirts of Bishop’s Stortford a polished chrome, Quooker tap sits on the cooking area of the kitchen. It sits sleek next to the Wolf bank of appliances – award-winning appliances that professional chefs and celebrities love! Our client opted for the square design to fit in with the clean lines of the kitchen style as well as look a timeless classic in their country style home.
This very large open-plan kitchen with an industrial style in mind has recently been renovated complete with a Quooker mixing tap in polished chrome. This smart tap sits on the island making a real design statement in the home and an area that is adequate for prepping, washing and clearing away.
The kitchen tap in the special sink area of this kitchen is a polished chrome Quooker boiling tap. The round style of the spout creates a very elegant statement that immediately dispenses boiling water. Our client can save money and have a cup of tea at the push of a finger.
No need for a kettle in this kitchen due to our client opting for the kitchen must have – the Quooker boiling tap. It forms one of the points of the ‘kitchen triangle’ with the kitchen island in the middle acting as a divider. The tap chosen is in a round design, making way for a great complement to the curved kitchen cabinets amongst the island.
If you are looking for a truly bespoke kitchen that is tailored to your needs and requirements with the added Quooker innovation contact us today – we look forward to hearing from you.
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