The clients, a professional couple, live in a beautiful 18th century house, set in its own grounds so when designing the kitchen a key requirement was for the scheme to be in keeping with the architecture of the property. The Cornell painted range, in a blend of parchment white, partridge grey and charcoal, enhances the period features of the building with the oak finger stave worktops adding warmth to the interior.
Whilst the room is spacious a major challenge of the design was the amount of low windows, however the designer worked around these and in fact echoed the glass theme by including glazed feature doors as part of the design. This further enhances the sense of light in the room. The clients love the floor tiles which add a sense of drama and create a stunning contrast to the cabinetry.