The main kitchen benefits from a vaulted ceiling, original and refurbished delft wall tiles, and natural light streaming through large stone mullioned windows. Fitted base cabinets hand painted in white with simple framed fronts and Welsh slate worktops complement the period details without impinging on them.
We designed a traditional solid oak working table with drawers at either end to sit centrally in the kitchen in keeping with the original period of the house.
Open shelves in stained oak with traditional style brackets are perfect for displaying the clients’ beautiful collection of copper cookware.
The classic black AGA range adds warmth and a focal point sitting below the main window.
Additional integrated appliances including a Sub Zero fridge freezer and Gaggenau ovens are housed in fitted cabinetry within an adjacent recess.
Our bespoke banquette bench designed for the transitionary area between the kitchen and dining spaces provides a great place to sit and admire the far-reaching countryside views.
A traditional dresser hand painted in delft blue picking up the colouring of the original wall tiles, provides crockery storage behind glazed doors and has useful drawers below.
The pantry off the kitchen includes a sink, second dishwasher, additional workspace, and storage for dry goods.
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