The kitchen is a long galley arrangement so it was important to create a sense of light in the room to avoid it feeling like a corridor. The Broadoak door suited the clients’ taste for a classic style and the painted stone neutral tone coupled with the Silestone worktops will have enduring appeal. The room benefits from lots of natural light and this is enhanced with the task lighting fitted to the underside of the wall cabinets.
Long narrow rooms are challenging from a design perspective but in this layout the varied heights and depths of cabinets have broken up the runs to great effect. Storage was a key requirement for the clients and there’s a great mix of hidden tandem larders, waste separation systems and internal cutlery inserts to ensure everything is neatly organised and accessible.