A highly functional, compact kitchen with Richlite recycled paper worktops. The bespoke alcove larder unit was hand-built and colour-matched to mimic the original in the alcove opposite. By re-jigging the space we created more kitchen storage in a limited footprint.
A classic white handleless kitchen in a transformed space following a kitchen diner knock-through, improving light and flow between rooms. We maximised the footprint and improved the flow between rooms. The full-length glass splashback adds a pop of colour while the freestanding larder, range cooker and corner pullout bring functionality.
This minimalist sustainable kitchen has a mid-century modern vibe, combining white slab doors with a warm reclaimed wood worktop to create an understated look. An induction hob with an integrated downdraught extractor, two ovens and a warming drawer bring high functionality.
This bespoke compact traditional kitchen shows the potential of a traditional terraced house, and includes a kitchen peninsula. The shaker cabinet doors look crisp against the contrast of the exposed brick chimney breast. The kitchen is highly functional, making the most of a small space.
A fresh space that combines painted wooden shaker doors in Farrow and Ball Stiffkey Blue with recycled glass worktops and a compact reclaimed timber breakfast bar, allowing two people space to eat. The rich woodgrain adds warmth to the classic blue and white colour palette.
Fabulous bespoke handmade desk and work area, custom-designed to make better use of the existing home office space with electrical re-wiring and coloured matched to Farrow and Ball’s Farrow’s Cream. The desktop is made from locally-sourced ash with a beautiful woodgrain.
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