This project was in Surrey in a beautiful setting. The client had a house built on their own land and the quality of the build was second to none! We were delighted to be commissioned to handcraft their kitchen. The brief was a simple one: they wanted a traditional look with primarily oak units, but with a few painted units to break up the solid wood look.
There were a lot of oak beams placed in the kitchen, with some large oak sliding doors at one end. We decided to include solid oak raised panels in the oak doors and some oak turned legs that we designed to fit in with the feel of the whole room. There was also a large centre Island with prep sink and seating and a light grey hand painted L-shape run of units. We added hidden spice racks in the AGA overmantle, large pan drawers, butler trays and a utility; this kitchen had plenty of storage.
Not only was this a practical, bespoke handcrafted kitchen that was functional but a sociable area too.
We were also commissioned to make a freestanding dresser to house the client’s CD collection, cookery books and the larger pots and pans. This was painted in a dark grey to give a little contemporary twist in what was a very traditional kitchen.