A handmade kitchen with Dekton worksurfaces
When Andrea approached us she was so excited about her project. Having just bought the other half of a magnificent Edwardian house that had been divided in two in the sixties, she wanted to do this fabulous building justice with fabulous furnishings and fittings of a suitably high quality.
Andrea wanted a kitchen bathed in light with natural materials and an organic feel. A hand painted finish was decided upon with Dekton marble effect worksurfaces. The handmade table top was given a bleached and limed finish to create a driftwood toned effect and custom made steel legs were powder coated in white to keep everything ‘fresh’
The ovens were Gaggenau 400 series and oversized at 760mm wide for those big family gatherings. A BORA Professional cooktop with downdraft ventilation crowned the luxury finish in this stunning kitchen.
Andrea also wanted a ‘hideaway office’ in the living part of the room so we created a niche with open and slide-away pocket doors.
The hearth of the chimney breast was in Dekton to match the worktop tying the two areas together.
The utility was not huge, so we needed to be clever with the space. A pullout shelf beneath the dryer to sit the laundry basket on reduced ‘back bending’ when sorting the laundry. The cupboard housed charging points for the hand dyson and everything had its place.