Grand Georgian Kitchen

Having recently read a book about the life of Charles Darwin (and seen some photos of his home in Shrewsbury), I was convinced that I was in the same house when I first visited this beautiful property (I later found out that Charles lived a few doors down, it's unclear if he had an equivalently posh kitchen). 

With such high ceilings, we decided to create a bank of full height cupboards to give maximum storage and be really impressive, without overcrowding the room. The breakfast cupboards are particularly practical hiding an array of small appliances and everyday provisions.

Access to the tall cupboards was crucial so we incorporated an oak ladder and stainless steel rails. 

The Everhot cooker sits perfectly in the recess and leaving the space behind it open was a great idea to maintain natural light and an open living space.

Quartz marble, fabulous handles and beautiful hanging lights all add character to this immaculately finished room.

To create flow between the different rooms we were also asked to supply the utility room furniture and custom pieces for the rear hall. A really delightful family home.  

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