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GUIDE PRICE: Kitchen £40k+

The original kitchen in this modern detached house had quite a small footprint as it had been positioned behind a small snug at the front of the property. Removing the dividing wall and using the entire space allowed for a much larger kitchen more in keeping with the spaciousness of the home. A single doorway into the room from the hall was widened to create a double french door access, a real entrance into the lovely Shaker kitchen. The kitchen was planned with a symmetrical run of cabinets on the back wall including a feature central chimney mantle with American fridge to one end and double width larder at the other to optimise food storage. The large island has a sink opposite the range cooker and still has room for a dishwasher and wine cooler, essential and neatly tucked out of sight. On the back of the island, facing the double french doors, are additional storage cupboards that have internal pullout drawers for ease of access. A seating area at the one end is positioned in the wider part of the room alongside the new snug area facing the beautifully manicured garden. Pale Designers Guild Portobello Grey cabinets on the main run keep the space open and airy whilst the Farrow and Ball Hague Blue island cabinets add drama. Classic metro tiles in a paler shade of blue have been used as a splashback on the main run which neatly links the two areas together. A practical, light, wood effect floor tile lifts the room and is a perfect choice for families with muddy pets (or children!).

  • DG Portobello Grey and F&B Hague Blue
  • Glazed wall cabinets with interior lighting
  • Toning metro tile splash back