The clients live in a converted old school and the kitchen is set in what was the main hall. As the clients like to entertain family and friends they wanted to retain the open space and were keen to have a large island. They chose the Inzo range for its simple clean lines in a neutral mix of stone grey and almond. The designer recommended a peninsular, rather than an island, which made better use of the space available and creates a subtle divide between the kitchen and living areas. This really is a room for entertaining, with everything from the dining table, fire and sofas to a grand piano!
The clients were conscious that mixing the old with the new had to be well considered and they are delighted with the results. There’s a fabulous juxtaposition of authentic features, such as the original solid oak flooring and open brickwork, with the modern gloss doors and quartz worktops.