Woodland Home

The kitchen hadn't been changed since the house was built from new and needed some attention.

The client wanted to have another range cooker and to keep the American Fridge Freezer.

The wall between the kitchen and dining table was coming down to open up the space but still wanted to keep the maximum work surface. 

The client wanted to make use of the space created by removing the wall by adding a double sided peninsular. While also creating a sense of belonging by centralising the sink under the window.

The new larger format floor tiles give the whole space a more modern feel and complete the look for the new kitchen.

We also undated the clients small utility space, making the compact space both beautiful an functional. 

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Kitchen Information

doors Edwardian

drawers Plain

frame Plain

return side Tongue & Grooved

plinths Continuous recessed

cornice Standard decorative

shelves Reclaimed timber with aged brass brackets finish Brushed

colour Farrow & Ball Skimming Stone No 241

handles Armac Martin Mix handle, diamond knurled with backplate in burnished brass

worktops 30mm Blanco Carrara Polished Quartz with single pencil edge



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