An extension, to an existing room, delivered this beautiful open-plan space where the clients could create the kitchen, dining and soft seating areas to enhance their home. They wanted a classic-painted look but with accents in oak to add warmth, so struck a great balance with the Lyndon Oak and Langham alabaster furniture. As this is a living kitchen the clients were keen to have some decorative elements and love the back-lit pigeon-hole display units flanking the tall back of units. A mix of Silestone and oak timber worktops were used to differentiate the zones in the kitchen.
With limited wall space for cooking, prepping and serving, the designer recommended a large island, with a hob, to accommodate this. To keep the lines clean and uninterrupted, a bulkhead houses the extractor fine. Dry food storage is catered for with a walk-in larder whilst a large dresser, with glazed cabinets, is ideal for displaying the clients’ special-occasion crockery.