Pullout table in a cream shaker kitchen

In Brief

A new take on a compact victorian kitchen adding a bespoke handmade pullout table to allow easy and quick dining and added workspace. Recycled glass worktops combine with cream shaker doors giving a fresh clean look.

In Detail

This compact shaker kitchen works hard in a small space, with a feature pullout table.

Pullout table

Our clients wanted to be able to eat in their kitchen. They also wanted to maximise the floor space when the table was not in use. We designed and crafted the solid oak pullout table which allows our clients to eat in the kitchen and stow it away when they have finished. The table stores neatly between kitchen drawers and can be extended for extra work surface if needed.

Cream shaker cabinetry

The kitchen cabinetry is a mix of painted solid ash in lovely light, but warm white cotton, with some features in solid oak. The handmade oak spice drawers and plate rack add functionality and bring character to the kitchen.

Recycled glass worktops

The stunning graphite coloured worktops are made from recycled glass – glass shards set in resin to create a tough and durable solid surface. The dark shade contrasts beautifully with the pale cream shaker cabinetry. The upstands at the back of the worktops are made of recycled glass to match, and protect the paintwork behind. We ran the worktop into the deep feature window space to create a seamless look behind the sink area. We added a traditional ceramic Belfast sink to match the style of the new kitchen design.

The new kitchen

The result is a thoughtfully updated Victorian kitchen which maximises storage and makes the existing space work harder. The pullout table solves our client’s compact dining problem.

To see another compact kitchen with a flexible table solution, see here.

 

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