A large island occupies the centre of the room, under the vaulted ceiling. This generously sized island provides lots of extra workspace as well as a sociable area for friends and family to gather in this open plan kitchen, dining, living area.
Exterior of the home, showing the extension of the house where the new kitchen is located.
The impressive pantry hand painted in a dark shade of grey provides helpful storage for appliances, mixing bowls and dried food. The spice racks on both doors optimise the space fully whilst the oak drawers in the bottom half of the pantry offer additional storage.
Exterior of our client's home.
The island is undoubtedly the main focus of this design. Our clients are keen cooks who especially enjoy baking; providing ample workspace was therefore an essential factor in this kitchen. As well as providing a vast expanse of work surface, the drawers in the island also offer additional storage space for crockery and other cooking essentials.
The soft cream colour used on most of the cabinetry ties in with the weathered oak and dark grey used on the island to create a traditional but classic colour scheme. The windows were designed to echo the conservatory, enhancing a natural flow.
The conservatory which connects to the kitchen has a relaxed living area and informal dining table Such a sociable space located next to the kitchen makes the space as a whole very welcoming and inviting.
The light marble worktops blends seamlessly with the cabinetry. A classic handle enhances the country feel of the design.
The garden room which connects to the kitchen encourages a lot of natural light into the room. Generous natural light complements the stunning cream and grey cabinetry.
Ornaments and accessories throughout the kitchen area have been collected by our clients' years of travelling. These additional touches of character give the room added personality.
The Miele warming drawer can double up as a slow cooker, perfect for preparing casseroles for the family.