Our customer completely remodelled this 1930’s house, opening once small cramped rooms into beautiful living spaces. The kitchen and dining room flow into the garden with a whole wall of large floor to ceiling bi-fold doors and the natural light in the room is enhanced by a roof light above the kitchen.
We designed the kitchen with a large island unit giving lots of working space while providing a natural divide between the kitchen and the dining room. The island is panelled in bespoke American walnut veneer and is topped in honed, black granite. Our client designed and commissioned the raised, toughened glass breakfast bar that sits at one end.
The kitchen cabinets are manufactured in 'Latte' Parapan with hidden finger pulls giving a sleek uninterrupted look to the doors and drawers. The Miele appliances were built into a tall bank of cabinets at one end of the kitchen area and a large larder cabinet, complete with spice and bottle racks inside the doors, was included.
The colour of the chunky Aubergine painted chest of drawers was mirrored in the colour of the large American fridge freezer which we had specially painted by Hi-Flight a local aerospace and industrial finishing company.