The client had a very clear vision for her new kitchen; a mix of modern industrial and Scandinavian simplicity so opted for the solid wood, Neptune Suffolk, with its paired back look and clean lines.
Being a galley style kitchen, at first the client wanted to reconfigure the room to make it wider but eventually we came up with a layout that created space through framing the orangery at the end of the kitchen. The light from the orangery filtered perfectly through the narrow kitchen and we picked colours and textures that connected the two spaces together to make them feel like one flowing room. Charcoal paint on the cabinetry alongside antique bronze knobs and hinges matched the dark grey paintwork on the window and door framed in the orangery. This was then continued into their boot room and utility too.
With space being the main design consideration, storage was key in this kitchen. We added two larders, cupboards above the window and had some bespoke drawers designed to maximise every inch of space. The antique mirrored splashback behind the stove also helped to make the room feel larger.
Neptune, Aga,Neff, Quooker, Dekton