Designed and installed by: Heart of Your Home Kitchens, Clitheroe

Budget: £20k and over see more in this price range

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The Brief

the client had fallen in love with the 1909 shaker in flint grey and almond in the brochure and wanted to re create the look with the Fitzroy door. We wanted to create a family kitchen with space for them all to sit together and eat – something they hadn’t done before. Use a 1000mm double larder with two 715 x 497mm doors at the bottom and two 1245 x 497 doors at the top. Oversize the larder by 30mm so the worktop can run right to the back and be seen at the front to create an expensive feel. Use automatic lighting in the top of the larder so you can see what’s in there when you open the doors. Optimise storage by adding oak door racks to the back of the doors.

Designer's Tips

Use a 1000mm double larder with two 715 x 497mm doors at the bottom and two 1245 x 497 doors at the top. Oversize the larder by 30mm so the worktop can run right to the back and be seen at the front to create an expensive feel. Use automatic lighting in the top of the larder so you can see what’s in there when you open the doors. Optimise storage by adding oak door racks to the back of the doors.


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