To me looking at this kitchen I want to grab my ‘Country Living’ magazine, pop the kettle on and have a nice relaxed cuppa in the lovely surroundings of a warm and welcoming kitchen. From day one my clients on this kitchen was incredibly welcoming even with the fact they had not long moved in and were desperate to put there stamp on the house with that all important Aga and a locally handmade kitchen, lucky for us we were the local kitchen company and have had pleasure in creating a kitchen as warm and welcoming as them.
With the warm tones used on the cabinetry, Farrow and Ball ‘Archive’ on the main cabinetry, ‘Smoked Trout’ on the over-mantle and fridge freezer run and that statement of ‘Brinjal’ on the Dresser and in the Utility, teamed with that gorgeous floor and natural feature from the house of red brick this kitchen oozes character. With the black granite this kitchen is not only statemented with its worktops but also incredibly durable. The use of pewter handles on the cabinetry gives the kitchen an elegance of class and expense which I think works perfectly with the Farrow and Ball ‘Archive’.
Our clients were lucky enough to have a walk in larder, of which we have shelved out with solid Oak shelving, much better than painted for durability and manufactured a door to suit the cabinetry to differentiate it from any other internal door in the room, I think this feature is my favorite with the hand painted ‘Larder’ on the door.
All in all a truly bespoke kitchen which I have enjoyed designing and now seeing the end product tremendously.
- Farrow & Ball Peignoir & Brinjal
- Bespoke Bookshelf and Wine Rack
- Curved Details
- Walk In Larder
- 4 Oven Aga
- American Fridge