The older couple wanted to update their kitchen and adjoining dining room to co-ordinate well with each other. They wanted a modern styled solution with clean aesthetics but to be harmonious with the traditional Georgian property. The kitchen itself had to spacious, well co-ordinated for a busy cook and work around existing details like steps into the space, and awkward spiral staircase. The dining room had to be connected and work well to entertain family and guests. It had to accomodate the overspill of kitchen storage and also have a breakfast pantry.
A superb outcome achieved to meet this by mixing contino base units and avance wall units and merino and neroton finishes. Using details such as grey mirrors, anthracite handles where needed that were camouflaged by the neroton doors or by the clever use of grey mirrors in the dining room area on the breakfast pocket door unit and larder pantry cupboard. Softer detailings including using limes oak feature chopping board and curved steel towel rails, a custom wine rack and glass lighting shelves complete the look and tie the whole space together and allow it to comfortably sit in its traditional setting.
The wow factor further enhanced by the clever use of different layers of lighting - from the handleless rail lights to recessed in the wall units and the dramatic pendants and uplighters hidden by the bespoke cornice detail in the dining area. A delighted couple thrilled with their exceptional new hub of their home.