Traditional Oak kitchen with hand painted wall
contoured design ensures that this hand made kitchen is both striking and
Despite there being four windows in the room, the kitchen
didn't have a natural flow of light. Therefore, the essential thing was to make
the area feel lighter. Walls were painted in Dimity by Farrow & Ball which
teamed with neutral French Limestone porcelain tiles and carefully positioned
lighting helped to enhance the feeling of light.
After an initial discussion, numerous meetings followed as
the design, layout and choice of materials were tweaked.
European oak was chosen for the base cabinets with Nero
Impala granite for the work surfaces in the main working area of the kitchen
and solid Oak for the remainder. Farrow & Ball's Blue Ground was selected
for the hand painted wall cabinets as it echoed the colour of their existing
Aga, with Dimity being used on the Mantel surrounding the Aga to blend in with
Filled with a host of
innovating kitchen design features, such as soft close magic corners, a neatly
concealed recycling system that consists of four containers for cans, organic
waste, glass and paper that slides out from behind a pull out door and a
built-in dishwasher. There is a slim wall cabinet in the corner which has a pin
board for the centre panel and adjustable shelves inside with the client adding
hooks for keys.
design softened with a curved peninsular and curved corner posts. Leaving one
wall without any wall cabinets really opened the kitchen out and gave a feeling
of space and the wow-factor kitchen that the clients wanted to