August's Kitchen Project – The Georgian House
Wed 31 Aug 2016
Making the most of the compact space, this bespoke handmade kitchen cleverly maximises storage and is packed with tradtional features. The ceramic butler sink is symbolic of country living and sits on top of beautiful in-frame shaker doors. Curved units soften the edges and allow easy access to storage.
Our client chose Farrow & Ball's Hague Blue to paint his kitchen cabints, which is perfectly complemented by the stunning kitchen worktops in Arabascato Vagil polished marble.
Come and warm yourself by the Aga, the natural centrepoint of the kitchen. The surrounding framing units have been handpainted in Cornforth, by Farrow & Ball. Tall, slim cupboards to the side of the hob provide a perfect space for your herbs and spices!
Experienced craftsmanship makes the most of this corner of the kitchen, integrating a built-in larder cupboard and utilising even the highest spaces, with the use of a wooden ladder. This quirky feature customises our client's kitchen to meet his needs and works effortlessly in this period property.
Brass handles lift the dark blue cabinets and different depth drawers highlight the handmade workmanship in this bespoke kitchen.
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If you already have a kitchen and are just looking to replace your worktops, why not pop in and have a look at the huge range of stone, marble, quartz and Dekton that we can manufacture for you in our on-site factory.