The kitchen was part of a major renovation of the clients’ 1930’s property. The clients were looking for a traditional kitchen but nothing too fussy, preferring to have more simply-styled furniture. The Broadoak design suited their brief perfectly and they opted for the neutral stone paint finish and mixed this with natural oak cabinetry to create a contrast and add warmth to the scheme.
As this is very much a ‘cook’s kitchen’, an 800mm wide butler’s sink was pivotal to the design as it needed to be large enough to accommodate grill pans and baking trays. Storage is well considered in this design with a practical mix of wide drawers and cupboard space.